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We walked to the Eastern Market on a Sunday AM when there is also a flea market in the streets surrounding it. We enjoyed our visit and bought some olive oil and are considering purchasing a painting we saw. If we had driven to DC,...More
I wrote an average review for Eastern Market after being upset that some clothing I purchased there did not hold up well in the washing machine. This review replaces that one and I’m upping the rating to four stars.
TLDR version: If you are a...More
What a lovely place to have a saturday morning adventure! Loved the hustle and bustle of the stalls, the more relaxed pace of the eateries and the general ambience of a happening, friendly, happy place in the middle of a big city. There are super...More
The Eastern Market is an eclectic collection of goods from knitted hats & scarves to furniture, old maps, jewelry, and much more. The food market inside is what would draw me back again. Fresh meats and fish, produce & flowers abound! It is a delight...More
Nice-looking building. On weekdays, only the indoor food counters are open. Not a great selection; if you’re expecting something like the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market in San Francisco, you would be in for a huge disappointment. The Market Lunch is a fish & chips counter,...More
Eastern Market is a fun, eclectic place for food, art, crafts, clothing, and other street market goods. The indoor food market runs every day, while the outdoor arts, crafts, clothes, and fun market is weekend only. Indoors is also a great eatery called The Market...More
I was very much looking forward to shopping at the Eastern Market, but was disappointed. There were not that many vendors (this was on a Sunday, which I had read was a good day to go). The Metro stops right there. There were a lot...More
Went to the market on a Thursday around lunch time. Basic farmers market in a historic building.
At the market you can find fresh fish, meat, and pork. They also have fruits and vegetables. But I think rather expensive, but may be it was because...More