A Guide to Dupont Circle Farmers Market in Washington, D.C.
Jul 3, 2019
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If you happen to be in the city on a Sunday, plan a trip to Dupont Circle to visit this farmers market, to feel like a local Washingtonian.
Located on the 20th Street NW, between Massachusetts Avenue and Hillyer Place in Washington D.C.
It is easier taking a metro to the Dupont Circle Stop on the Red Line, than finding a parking space in the neighborhood.
Operated by FRESHFARM since 1997, Dupont Circle Farmers Market is considered as the region’s premier market.
More than 50 farmers from the Mid - Atlantic region come to set up their stalls here.
Fill up your baskets with seasonal fresh fruits and vegetables like heirloom tomatoes, peaches, lettuces,etc. along with pasture-raised meat.
Pick up souvenirs from the local food and alcohol brands like Gordy’s Pickle Jar and New Columbia Distillers. Or splurge on cheese, maple syrup, honey, cider, preserves, kombucha, soaps, and potted plants.
Have a freshly made bagel for breakfast, and pasta or some Chinese dumplings for lunch. Finish off your meal with a seasonal sorbet from Dolcezza Gelato.
Wall Street Journal and Financial Times of London have acclaimed Dupont Circle Farmers Market as one of the top farmers markets in the country.
You can admire some amazing art by artists like Rothko and Monet in the nearby Phillips Collection Art Museum. Or just stroll through the historic neighborhood to see the Embassy Row, Woodrow Wilson House, etc.