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Inside 1280 4th Street, NE. Photo by by Rey Lopez

From a press release:

“The Union Market District’s highly anticipated Latin marketplace, La Cosecha, will soft open this Thursday, October 3, with a weekly four-day schedule.

La Cosecha partners Zona E Home, NOVA BOSSA and Serenata will open their doors to preview the rich heritage of Latin sips and styles, while Peruvian Brothers, La Casita, Amparo, El Cielo, Mosaico (from the team behind Arepa Zone) and FILOS Bakery will offer a taste of what’s to come in a pop-up capacity. Grand Cata, Ali Pacha, Café Unido and Zumo are coming soon. Read More

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7th and Pennsylvania Ave, SE

Trickling Springs D.C. locations are in Union Market at 1309 5th Street, NE and across from Eastern Market – pictured above. Unclear when their exact last days open will be. The Eastern Market location only opened last summer.

Thanks to all who sent the sad news from The Record Herald:

“”We regret to announce that effective Sept. 27, 2019, Trickling Springs Creamery will be shutting down plant operations,” said Joe Miller, director of sales and marketing for Trickling Springs, which sells and produces dairy products.” Read More

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From a press release:

“For the sixth consecutive year, the Mixtress herself, Gina Chersevani of Buffalo & Bergen and Suburbia will again be hosting a D.C. Beer Week spotlight event: Brewers on the Block at the outdoor drinks haven Suburbia at Union Market on Saturday, September 14, 2019 from 2:00-6:00PM, with unlimited tastings for $55. Crack open a cold one and join Chersevani in celebrating a love of all things local! Read More

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1270 4th Street, NE photo by Daniel Swartz

From a press release:

La Cosecha​, EDENS’ upcoming contemporary Latin market (1270 4th Street NE) in the Union Market District, will celebrate its opening preview celebration with a festive block party and special concert, presented by title partner ​Events DC and ​headlined by Grammy-winning Latin fusion band ​Ozomatli​ on Saturday, September 7 ​from 11am-7pm. Read More

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inside 1309 5th Street, NE courtesy Cordial

From Cordial Craft Wine, Beer & Spirits:

Last Day | August 7

It is with heavy hearts that we announce this will be our penultimate newsletter. Cordial Union Market will be shutting its curtains next week for the final time. We would like to sincerely thank everyone who has supported us on this journey over the past eight years. Read More

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“Ceviche de Camaron by Amparo and Christian Irabien – photo credit Vina Sananikone”

From a press release:

“This summer, ​Amparo ​owner ​and chef Christian Irabién​ ​is teaming up with​ Cotton & Reed ​(1330 5th Street NE) for ​Pepino​, a new pop-up experience showcasing ceviche-centered fare from ​Saturday, July 20​ through ​Sunday, August 18​.

Pepino will offer guests a preview of Irabién’s forthcoming Amparo, slated to open this fall in leading national retail real estate owner, operator and developer EDENS’ highly anticipated ​La Cosecha​ Latin market in the ​Union Market District​. The limited-run pop-up menu will feature half a dozen exclusive dishes ranging in price from $7 to $16. Read More

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inside 501 Morse Street NE

From a press release:

“Washingtonians will get to experience the world’s largest collection of authentic Hip-Hop artifacts and memorabilia when The Source magazine founder and D.C. native Dave Mays brings “The Hip-Hop Museum Pop-Up Experience” to the District this summer with the help of title partner Hennessy.

The new pop-up exhibit will celebrate its official grand opening on Thursday, July 11 at D.C.’s trendy Union District Oyster Bar & Lounge (501 Morse Street NE) in the Union Market District. The five-week pop-up, ending on Thursday, August 15, will introduce the first-of-its-kind upscale Hip-Hop theme restaurant, bar and lounge concept. Read More

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1270 4th Street NE. Rendering courtesy EDENS

From a press release:

La Cosecha​, EDENS’ upcoming contemporary Latin market in the Union Market District, is thrilled to welcome three more culinary partners ahead of its grand opening this fall.


Serenata and Zumo founders Juan Coronado and Daniella Senior Photo: Rey Lopez

Local culinary star and entrepreneur ​Daniella Senior​, known for her uber-popular ​Colada Shop​, and her partner, renowned mixologist Juan Coronado, are among the second wave of partners being revealed as new additions to the La Cosecha landscape.

The highly anticipated Latin market will soft open this summer at 1270 4t​ h​ Street NE, followed by a grand opening this fall featuring over a dozen businesses housed within more than 20,000 square feet of culinary, retail, entertainment and community space. The newly announced partners set to join the roster at the market are: Read More

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