MISFIT Juicery - MISFIT Juicery is a company that uses surplus fruits and veggies that would otherwise go to waste because they are misshapen or slightly damaged, and turns them into delicious, cold-pressed juice. MISFIT Juicery envisions a world where produce prejudice is a footnote in history, where the nationwide conversation on food waste gets loud, where all tasty produce finds a place in our bellies and where the masses march alongside the MISFITs!
Cowbell Kitchen - Featuring a breakfast menu that evolves seasonally, Cheryl Strasser of Cowbell Kitchen sources the freshest ingredients from neighboring H Street market farmers. Inspiration comes from a balance of classic rustic comfort foods along with the current trends. Enjoy the biscuits, jams, sandwiches and pastries all homemade and carefully crafted with love. This weekend don't miss her bacon, jalapeno and provolone stuffed breakfast biscuit sandwiches - YUM!
Number 1 Sons -Number 1 Sons is a brother and sister team in Arlington, VA making barrel fermented foods. They work to combine regional ingredients with traditional fermentation methods and recipes from diverse cultures. Look for the giant pickle at their stand and stock up on their kimchi, sauerkraut, pickles, dilly beans and other fermented foods!
Chris' Marketplace -Chris' Marketplace is a small food business, focused on value-added seafood products, including crab cakes plus seafood , meat and vegetable filled empanadas. Located just north of Washington, DC, the business has access to the freshest seafood available. Chef/owner Chris Hoge goes directly to the source when purchasing his high-quality Blue Crab meat procuring much of his seafood from the family-owned Rippons Brothers Seafood, founded in 1947 and located on Hooper's Island, MD.