Photo by Holley Simmons

Chaia — the vegetarian, farm-to-taco food stand — makes its brick-and-mortar debut Thursday in Georgetown following years of cramped farmers market cooking. (The stand is going on hiatus while the owners focus on the restaurant). Here’s what to expect at the shop, located at 3207 Grace St. NW.

More flavors

In addition to the standard mushroom, greens and kale tacos, there will be two seasonal varieties — with more to come.

Booze, juice and coffee

There will be beer and wine on tap, as well as kegged juices from Misfit Juicery and coffee from Vigilante Coffee.

Side dishes

Tacos will be the main star, though the restaurant will also offer sides like sweet potato gratin and quinoa.

Everything is gluten-free

Even the sweets, which will be provided by Rise Bakery, a gluten-free kitchen in Adams Morgan.

There are chairs!

No more hovering over your plate at the farmers market. There are cafe tables, a rooftop and outdoor seating.

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