Foggy Bottom Food Corridor Western Market Announces a Late Summer time Opening Day

Renovations are wrapping up at Foggy Bottom’s upcoming foods corridor, Western Current market, which will bring more than a dozen vendors to a historic space in close proximity to GWU and the Globe Lender. The anticipated, 12,300-square-foot food stuff corridor (2000 Pennsylvania Avenue NW) will open in late summer time, per a press launch on Wednesday.

Found in a current market crafted in 1802, Western Marketplace will element multiple entrances and outside patio seating. The layout options nods to coronavirus safety considerations, like “socially distant seating possibilities for modest groups.” In addition to the opening date, Westbrook Associates, MRP Realty, and CANA Enhancement nowadays introduced new corporations that will open up shop, in addition to formerly-declared sellers.

Below are sellers to seem for at Western Marketplace:

Alitiko: Obtain Greek street meals like gradual-roasted shawarma, glazed pork neck, zucchini fritters, and household minimize fries at this stall from operator Dimitri Piskapas, who grew up in Greece.

Arepa Zone: This common Venezuelan business enterprise serves dishes like plantain sandwiches, tacky tequenos, and arepas (of course).

Bandoola Bowl: Georgetown’s Bandoola Bowl is building the bounce to Foggy Base, with a menu motivated by Burma, Vietnam, and Thailand that includes personalized salad or heat bowls with spicy rice noodles or brown rice.

Capo Deli: This playful Italian deli (and property of the Fauci Pouchy) serves meatball parmigiana subs and cheesecake in its Shaw locale.

Captain Cookie & the Milkman: The company that began as a foodstuff truck is recognized for all sorts of cookies like peanut butter, double chocolate, and ginger molasses.

Mason’s Famous Lobster Rolls: This lobster roll chain from Annapolis opened a shop in Dupont Circle previous summer season for its classic chilled rolls dressed in mayo and lemon butter.

Signage at Western Market
Photo: Western Industry

Nim Ali: Rosario Guzman and Karla Alonzo built waves with their Guatemalan avenue food procedure, serving huge beef franks with all kinds of toppings (which includes Mexican chorizo, fajita asada, al pastor, bacon, ham, cabbage, cauliflower, guacamole, and cactus chunks). Immediately after pop-ups, now Nim Ali is opening a everlasting foods hall outpost.

Guatemalan-style shukos from Nim Ali get doused in condiments

Guatemalan-design shukos from Nim Ali get doused in condiments.
Rey Lopez/Eater DC

Onkei: In accordance to Instagram, this classic Japanese cafe is all about sushi and Japanese consolation meals.

RAWish: Glance for healthful bowls, salads, toast, smoothies and juice from the minds powering Baltimore’s Gangster Vegan.

Roaming Rooster: This fried hen sandwich spot is on a roll, adding a stall at Western Marketplace to its locale lineup.

Tigerella: As beforehand declared, Mount Pleasant’s Ellē (Eater D.C.’s 2018 Restaurant of the Calendar year) will open up an all-day cafe in the food hall. The morning will necessarily mean a menu of pastries, baked merchandise, and coffee, followed by sandwiches, dessert, and a total bar later on in the working day. New Tigerella merchandise will be part of most loved dishes from Ellē.

Image: Western Sector