Union Market is the heart and soul of a broader district bringing a renewed spirit to the neighborhood. We are a year-round indoor market featuring 40 local artisans. Hours: Fri 11-8 & Sat-Sun 8-8

Check Out Our Pop-up Artisans

  • FATTY SUNDAYS
    FATTY SUNDAYS
    February 5-8 and February 13-15
    February 5, 6, 7 and 8: 11 am to 8 pm
    February 13, 14 and 15: 11 am to 8 pm

    Fatty Sundays is a gourmet chocolate dipped pretzel company founded by sisters Ali and Lauren Borowick in 2010. Inspired by Mom’s sweets and a family tradition of Sunday indulgences, Fatty Sundays is reinventing the chocolate-covered pretzel by introducing modern flavors and creative design elements to the classic treat. Their pretzels are sold nationwide at retailers including Dean & DeLuca. Fatty Sundays has also partnered with noted companies including Kate Spade, MTV and Warby Parker, amongst many others.

    Fatty Sundays will also be hosting “Do It Yourself” workshops at the pop-up confectionery each day from 11am-2pm. Marketgoers can great their own sweet and savory masterpieces and take home their very own DIY Pretzel Kit – a great Valentine’s Day activity or “thinking of you” gift.

  • Blue Iris Flowers
    Blue Iris Flowers
    Weekend 8:00am-8:00pm

    Blue Iris Flowers, In the heart of Capitol Hill and the hearts of it’s patrons for generations. Our fresh locally grown flowers and handcrafted bouquets and arrangements will be the perfect complement or focus to any occasion. A kind and knowledgeable staff member is ready to help you create that personalized pick me up for that special someone. Stop by today and enjoy our bright smiling flowers!

  • Teaism
    Teaism

    Teaism has expanded their collection of Asian-inspired teahouses to Union Market! Their tea shops are stocked with an abundance of tea accessories and exhibitions of work by local potters and artists.
    The tea seller is constantly updating their inventory of over three dozen teas that represent the best of what is available and a belief that selecting, serving, and selling tea is art and love not just commerce.

  • Number 1 Sons
    Number 1 Sons

    Number 1 Sons is Washington DC’s fermented foods brand. Their pickles, kimchi and kraut are naturally fermented in barrels. Simply vegetables, salt, water, and spices. Naturally probiotic and always delicious.

  • Toki Underground
    Toki Underground
    Tuesday-Saturday 8:00AM – until sold out

    Toki Underground, the acclaimed Ramen and dumpling house from H Street Corridor will be at Union Market serving street food breakfast. Toki will run from 8 a.m. until it is sold out, Tuesday-Saturday.

  • DC Dosa
    DC Dosa

    DC Dosa was born out of the original and authentic South Indian dosa and chutney recipes handed down by Priya Ammu’s mother-in-law. Dosas are rice and lentil-based crepes stuffed with a variety of fillings. They are an immensely popular Indian street food staple. Dosas are vegan and gluten free. While seemingly simple to prepare, they require technique, timing, and a well-developed palate to be done right.
    In 2012, Ammu was named winner of DC StartUp Kitchen, a contest designed to support budding local food entrepreneurs sponsored by NURISH and Think Local First DC.

  • Mason Dixie Biscuit Co.
    Mason Dixie Biscuit Co.
    Thursday-Sunday 8:00AM – until sold out

    Best Biscuits South of the Mason Dixie
    Mason Dixie Biscuit Co., the trending Kickstarter funded and Mess Hall Launch Pad winners will be at Union Market introducing their retail line of frozen biscuits and spreads just in time for the holidays! Also featuring select biscuit sandwiches, platters, sides, and beverages. Come taste their buttery signature biscuits, gourmet fillings, and seasonal spreads only at Union Market as they prepare for their brick and mortar!

  • Puddin’
    Puddin’

    Comfort food conjures up different meanings for every person but there’s one constant; the warm tingly feeling you get when you eat your favorite dish. Puddin’ owner, Toyin Ali strives to recreate that feeling in every bite! She sources her ingredients from local vendors to bring DC wholesome Southern comfort foods and goes above and beyond to create the perfect meal.