From an email:
“Local, Ethiopian immigrant-owned 7 Days Market is ready to serve the meal-planning and grocery needs of its neighborhood community.
The store, located at 2310 Rhode Island Ave, NE, has begun curbside pick-up service, and delivery service within 3 miles, Friday-Sunday. As part of this offering, 7 Days is providing delicious and affordable meal packages serving up to 4 people. Options range from dinner stand-bys like pizza, spaghetti and stir fry — all requiring assembly a la Blue Apron — to traditional homemade Ethiopian dishes (kitfo and sambusa, tibs and timatim salad) — ready to heat and eat. Vegetarian and lactose-free options are available. Each assembly package includes locally-sourced items such as: 8Myles Macaroni & Cheese for the Comfort Food Meal; Sommer Street Lactose-Free Frozen Pizza for the Pizza Party Package; Plum Good Chinese 5-Spice for the Stir Fry Kit; and Ravenhook Bakehouse rosemary bread for the Spaghetti Dinner.
Store owners Aster Abeje and her husband Mebea Tesfaye are immigrants from Ethiopia who always dreamed of opening a business. With 7 Days, they’re bringing a small taste of their home country to the neighborhood.
Visit https://www.7daysmarketdc.com/ for the full menu and order instructions.
Orders placed before 12pm will be available for same-day curbside pick-up or delivery. Curbside pick-up orders are available starting at 3pm, and next-day pick-up orders are available starting at 9am. For same-day delivery, order between 8am and 10am.”
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