Eastern Market: A DC Institution Is Just Moments From 77H
“Eastern Market is far more than a market,” explains the team behind this celebrated staple of the city. “It is a community hub for the Capitol Hill neighborhood and a cultural destination for visitors from around the world.”
A visit to the Eastern Market has many facets, from the indoor South Hall Market to the North Hall Event Space, where classes, wedding receptions, and other events celebrate the diverse DC community alongside the food and other goods you’ll select from the market’s many vendors.
You might stop by on a Tuesday evening to choose from an assortment of local meats, cheese, and other goods. Or, you can visit over the weekend to take in the open-air Weekend Farmers’ Line, where you’ll find an assortment of local, seasonal produce. Better yet, you can browse crafts, antiques, and other items from local vendors, take in live entertainment amidst the weekend’s festivities or even grab something to eat between shopping at the Market’s many stands.
Give visiting friends and family a taste of what DC’s all about or become a regular with weekly purchases from your favorite veggie vendor at Capitol Hill’s Eastern Market. Finding the freshest ingredients for dinnertime or surprising a special someone with fresh flowers, the Market has something to offer for every occasion—or no occasion at all.