Our Prepared Foods
Below is the directory of all of our food vendors:
Eastern Market Crepes
Eastern Market Crepes offers the freshest crepes in DC, handcrafted with either sweet or savory flavors. They also sell mini doughnuts made right in front of your eye, guacamole and chips, $5 smoothies, and their special mango loco on a stick.
We’ve created the the perfect mix of flavor and Southern snowball charm. Our ice is finely shaved to a feathery consistency creating a BOLD experience to this refreshing summertime treat.
Julie Reynes – Pruitt Partners LLC dba Julie’s Datery
During a trip to the Middle East, Julie stumbled upon the delicacy of stuffed dates in Saudi Arabia. After being enchanted by these Medjool treats, Julie left her position as a CEO to follow her passion. Julie knows how not to sacrifice taste and simplicity for these natural energy bites. She simply cuts open a date and adds gourmet filling such as “Almond Lemon” or “Hazelnut Chocolate”. We are excited to see her offerings when she arrives in September!
Kem Ramirez – The Freshmobile
An Eastern Market favorite has returned every Saturday and Sunday! Kem’s specialty drink, appropriately named “Fresh”, is a limeade with a twist. Blended on the spot, his mother’s recipe now expands to eight different flavors. Whole limes are added with either raw vegetables or spices such as cinnamon or ginger. This healthy refreshing drink is back at Eastern Market and we could not be more thrilled!
Manos de maíz
“We make Mexican street food, we use heritage corn to make maizopes, a thick corn tortilla layered with delicious toppings sourced with local ingredients.
Our menu includes beef brisket tinga, chicken mole and seasonal vegetables.
Maizope is our own take on the traditional sope, a street food staple in Mexican cuisine. We use family recipes to showcase the amazing flavors of corn, the oldest grain in the world.”
Pinoy Kitchens offers authentic Filipino food at a cost that everyone can enjoy. Our food is what you would find in our own home and other Filipino homes. No fusion, no msg, no seasoning packs, just one hundred percent authentic tasty dishes Helen prepares from scratch.
Toyin Alli, the Owner of Puddin’ got her start in 2010 as a street food vendor at DC’s historic Eastern Market on Capitol Hill. Since her start, Puddin’ has grown to include various local markets, including Union Market and two food trucks. At Puddin’, Toyin specializes in divine southern comfort food including Chicken ‘n Beef Sausage Gumbo, Shrimp ‘n Grits, Etouffee, Red Beans ’n Rice, Shrimp, Rapahannock Oyster and Wild Blue Catfish po’boys and of course, her signature dish and the company’s namesake, Brown Butter Bourbon Bread Puddin’.
Puddin’ serves local, sustainable and great tasting Wild Blue Catfish from the Chesapeake Bay Watershed and local Rappahannock Oysters!