You'll soon be able to shop for cocktail bitters, snack on smoked tofu and slurp oysters at Union Market six days a week. The market, where vendors include the Co Co. Sala chocolatier, Salt & Sundry boutique, the Buffalo & Bergen soda shop, Neopol Savory Smokery and Peregrine Espresso, among others, will add Tuesday hours beginning Nov. 12. It's currently open Wednesday through Sunday.

Union Market. (Photo by Bonnie Benwick/The Washington Post)

The market is also preparing for the arrival of a bigger restaurant concept, not unlike the Rappahannock Oyster Bar. Edens, which operates Union Market, tweeted this week that the American concept from Chef  John Mooney (of New York's Bell Book & Candle), announced a year ago, will open soon. Till then, you can make do with a nice warm bowl of ramen, which will be available beginning at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday courtesy of a pop-up from Toki Underground that will run through Nov. 3. The restaurant's pop up has counter seating and is only taking cash for its $12 shoyu ramen with Chinese red pork.