Foggy Bottom (est. 2005)
Closed for the 2016 Season. Reopening April 2017.
Location: 23rd and I St. NW Walkway.
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Nearest Metro: Foggy Bottom (Blue or Orange Line). For more public transportation options, see www.wmata.com.
Farmers & Producers
breads, pastries, baked goods & soups
baklava, Greek cookies & breads, savory hand pies & spreads
field vegetables, fruits & starter plants
crab cakes, soups, empanadas & scones
CUCINA AL VOLO
handmade pastas, ravioli, lasagna & sauces
GREENHEART JUICE SHOP
locally sourced, unpasteurized, cold-pressed juice
LES CAPRICES DE JOELLE
Belgian waffles, paella & quiche
NUMBER 1 SONS
barrel-fermented pickles, sauerkraut, kimchi & kombucha
QUAKER VALLEY ORCHARDS
vegetables, fruits, cider, sauces, jams & honey
RUBY SCOOPS ICE CREAM & SWEETS
small-batch premium ice cream, sorbet & baked treats
SHEPHERD'S WHEY CREAMERY
goat's milk cheese, goatgurt
STRAW STICK & BRICK DELICATESSEN
handcrafted cured meats & charcuterie
SUTTLER POST FARM
eggs, cut flowers & bouquets
seasonal, herbal lemonade & bratwurst
ZAYT & ZA'ATAR
Mediterranean flatbreads & salads
For additional information about the farmers & producers at this market please download the Foggy Bottom fact sheet.
About This Market:
The FRESHFARM Foggy Bottom Market is conveniently located right at the Foggy Bottom metro stop on the I Street Metro Mall apron. Take a break from work or make a stop on your way home to talk with our farmers and select from the best of our region's lush bounty of offerings. This market offers conventional and Certified Organic fruits and vegetables, pastured eggs, organic and grass-fed meats, small batch charcuterie, farmstead goat cheeses and yogurt, sweet and savory baked goods, ice cream, cold-pressed juices, hand-made pasta and sauces, jams and jellies, crab cakes, empanadas, soups, flatbreads, paella, and more.
This market accepts SNAP/Food Stamps and WIC/Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program benefits and matches what you spend with free Matching Dollars. This market also offers the Produce Plus Program. For more information, visit our Food Access Page.