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New Tuesday lunch option: FreshFarm Market at CityCenter DC

FreshFarm Markets will open its 13th outpost today at the new CityCenter DC development near Chinatown. The FreshFarm Market at CityCenter DC, at the Park at CityCenter DC, will run each Tuesday (through October) from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Pinch's Sam Fellman prepares dumplings for cooking at the FreshFarm market near the White House. Pinch will have a booth at the new FreshFarm market at CityCenter DC, too. (Photo by Craig Hudson for The Washington Post)

(More from The Post: How the farmers market became a dining destination)

This is the second lunch-focused market opened by FreshFarm. Those familiar with the FreshFarm market near the White House know what to expect: A wide variety of fresh sandwiches and other prepared foods from chefs and vendors who adhere to the FreshFarm ethos of using locally sourced ingredients.

Organizers promise that the new market "will feature more ready-to-eat foods than the Penn Quarter market," in addition to produce, cured meats, baked goods and more. Vendors expected to have stands in the market include Urban Butcher, Pinch Chinese Dumplings, Cowbell Kitchen and Frenchie's, Erica Skolnik's bakery that colleague Tim Carmen wrote about this morning.

(More from The Post: CityCenter DC's lineup comes into focus

FreshFarm Market at CityCenter DC, 10th and I Streets NW (Metro: Gallery Place or Metro Center). 202-362-8889.

John Taylor is an editor for Weekend and the Going Out Guide.



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