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An Eastern Market was one of three public markets (along with Western and Central Markets) in Pierre L'Enfant's plan for Washington, D.C. In 1805, President Thomas Jefferson issued a proclamation calling for the market to be located at 7th and L streets near the Navy Yard (about half a mile south of…
Eastern Market is a historic market, built in 1873 as part of Pierre L’Enfant’s design for the city to include local neighborhood markets throughout the city. The architect of Eastern Market, Adolph Cluss, was the same architect who designed the Smithsonian Arts and Industries Building (the…
Bustling marketplace since 1873 featuring a variety of produce, handmade crafts & prepared foods.
A neighborhood must-see! The indoor market is the oldest marketplace in Washington DC, and on weekends it stills out into the streets as an outdoor farmers market and flea market, often accompanied by various street musicians. The lunch counter inside is also a great place to grab breakfast or…
The Market Lunch inside of Eastern Market has terrific blueberry pancakes and the crab cake sandwich for lunch is a local favorite. On the weekends the market and adjoining street are filled with fresh produce, art and an ever changing assortment of vendors.
Historic Eastern Market contains farmers market, home-made pastas, cheeses, pastries, butchers and fish. Weekends is an outdoor art market.
Enjoy a great breakfast at Eastern Market Lunch. Try to the famous Bluebuck pancakes or a fresh crab Benedict!
“Reservations are hard to come by, but you might be able to snag a seat at the bar at this extremely popular restaurant!”
“Great stalls for food, brunch, gifts and DC crowds. Market is pricey for some and worth it for others ”
“It is an institution in DC. It's also very affordable and family friendly. Get the pop tarts, Millionaire bar, and the meatloaf. Line gets a little crazy on the weekends.”
“the food is consistent, at all locations it is the same. American food, Pizza, burgers, salad and salmon. totally recommend.”