Welcome to Eastern Market, Washington DC's oldest continually operated fresh food public market. Located in the heart of the historic Capitol Hill neighborhood just 1.5 blocks north of the Eastern Market Metro, Eastern Market is DC's destination for fresh food, handmade arts and crafts, and community events. Email us if you have any questions and most importantly, come visit us! For over 136 years, Eastern Market has served as a community hub connecting neighbors, families, and visitors...and we hope to stay connected to you!

Listing last updated on Jun 19, 2014

The Historic Eastern Market features meats, poultry, seafood, produce, pasta, baked goods, and cheeses Tue-Sun in the South Hall. On the weekends, we also host an outdoor Farmer's Line with fresh produce and an outdoor market with local artists selling handmade arts, crafts, and antiques. In addition, we have the North Hall event space, which is perfect for meetings, wedding receptions, dance classes, and other events.

Schedule and Location:

Eastern Market is located at 225 7th Street SE, Washington, DC 20003.

Tuesday to Friday - 7am - 7pm

Saturday - 7am - 6pm

Sunday - 9am - 5pm

Monday - CLOSED. Closed Mondays, major holidays.

Sunday: 9am to 5pm

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This market is one of a kind. I first visited here in the early sixties with my dad and mom. It was one of many markets in DC where you could find farm fresh.... [more]

There is no other market in the D.C. Metropolitan area that share's Eastern Market's ties to earlier generations of Washingtonians. After the disasterous fire that put scores of vendors in peril, this summer Eastern Market has come back as a showcase for the entire country to see what farmers can be, and how they can survive adversity.

Eastern Market is a wonderful market with an amazing variety of produce and arts and crafts. It has a long and rich history and represents the important role of public markets in our society as a driver of local economy and community development.

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