Foggy Bottom Is Getting A New Food Hall

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 Western Market, DC’s newest food hall, will open its doors in Foggy Bottom this coming Fall!

Gather round fellow foodies, cause we’ve got some awesome news for you! Western Market, Foggy Bottom’s very own food hall, will be opening this fall and they’ve already announced some of its dining destinations!


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Located on 2000 Penn Ave, the food hall takes the name of one of three historic markets planned by L’Enfant back in 1802. In honor of its heritage, Western Market will be offering 12 new restaurants within 12,300-square-foot space, some of which were recently announced on their Facebook page!


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First to get on board,  was Mount Pleasant’s Café Elle. Creators, Nick Pimentel and Lilly Evelyn, announced they’d be launching a new, still unnamed, project that will most likely feature some of Elle’s favorites on its menu.


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Shouk the vegan Israeli restaurant will also be opening its third location in Western Market. Its menu will reportedly be selling only the “best of Shouk” featuring dishes like its award-winning Shouk burger and its innovative falafel and shawarma.


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Mason’s Famous Lobster Rolls, an Annapolis-based restaurant selling (you probably already guessed what) lobster rolls all across the East Coast will also be moving into Western Market. These three restaurants will be joining the already existing Bindaas, an Indian street food place, Paul, Chipotle and Captain Cookie and the Milkman once Western Market opens this upcoming Fall.

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Practical information

Western Market is expected to open sometime in Fall 2020
Prices may vary

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