D.C.’s new Latin marketplace
On Thursday, Washington, D.C.’s new Latin marketplace, La Cosecha, soft opens, making its debut in the acclaimed Union Market District. The 20,000-square-foot cross-cultural marketplace features more than a dozen businesses, from first-to-region restaurants to retail to rotating pop-ups.
The opening partners include:
• El Cielo: Pop-up of JuanMa Barrientos’ upcoming modern Colombian restaurant
• NOVA BOSSA: Luxury jewelry, décor + accessories boutique featuring female-run brands
• Amparo: Christian Irabien’s modern Mexican fare with a mezcal-heavy bar program
• Peruvian Brothers: Peruvian-style sandwiches, empanadas, desserts and hot sauce
• Serenata: Colada Shop visionary Daniella Senior’s elevated cocktail concept
• Zona E Home: Family-owned Colombia-based family interiors + furniture shop
Partners opening later this fall:
• Ali Pacha: Sebastian Quiroga’s plant-based Bolivian fine dining restaurant
• Grand Cata: Grocery-wine bar concept offering a curated selection of Pan-Latin wines
• Café Unido: The first U.S. outpost of the premier Panamanian coffee roaster
• La Casita: Family-owned pupuseria’s elevated take on the traditional Salvadoran treat
• FILOS Bakery: Sweet treats + family recipes from Mexican-German-Italian baker
• Mosaico Street Food + Market: A range of Latin goods + rotating menu of street food
Featuring amenities like a media lab, culinary immersion studio and event space, La Cosecha (1280 4th Street NE) — developed by nationally renowned retail real estate owner, operator and developer EDENS — is sure to become one of the District’s favorite destinations for Latin food, retail, culture and celebration.
Beginning October 3, La Cosecha will be open four days per week: Thursday 11am to 10pm, Friday + Saturday 11am to midnight and Sunday 11am to 6pm.
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