“Need delicious locally-made bacon? We got you covered.”

From an email:

“The team behind Ivy and Coney, DC’s premier hot dog sandwich and Detroit pizza shop, is pleased to announce a new addition to their friendly confines: A Meatcar Named Desire. Need delicious locally-made bacon? We got you covered. Yearning for a district brewed beer to celebrate the return of democracy? We can quench that. In short, AMND aims to be your little market for great locally made food and drink. We’re starting with some of our favorites, but hope to progressively grow the wares on offer at AMND with items curated and created by District bartenders, chefs and artisans.

Our goal is to keep your fridge and bar stocked with locally made products you might not be able to find at the grocery store. Everything will be available for both pickup and delivery through DC To-GoGo. Think hot sauces, cocktail packages and meal kits made by industry people with a passion for creating great stuff. A Meatcar Named Desire is our little attempt to brighten your day and, at the same time, assist our fellow service industry members.

Initial items on offer:

-Salami, fresh sausage and other charcuterie from MeatCrafters
-DC’s finest bacon, ham and other smoked provisions from EpicCuring
-Bottled craft cocktails from Tincture Co.
-Local craft beers from breweries like Hellbender, Atlas Brew Works, 3 Stars and DC Brau”

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