Welcome to Emilie’s in Capitol Hill
fresh, seasonal, local produce
Emilie's market is now open with a thoughtful selection of fresh produce, dairy, cheese, eggs, wines, cocktails, pantry items, coffee, pastries, bread. Our focus is on locally sourced high quality products.
Our fresh produce is sourced from ethical and sustainable farms in the DC area, through the Community Supported Agriculture system. We want to connect our community with fresh from the farm products and support a new social form of agriculture. The farmers we source our fresh produce from are mostly female farmers. Kicking off our market offerings is Ugly Duckling Farmstead with fresh from the farm chicken eggs, duck eggs, quail eggs, seasonal herbs and vegetables.
Other high quality local products are wines, batches cocktails, sourdough breads, coffee from Grace Street Coffee, pastries from Pluma by Bluebird Bakery, vegan ice cream by Cajou Creamery, and special pantry items by chef Hamilton Johnson.
Support Black Owned Business
Created and compiled by Anela Malik of @feedthemalik
From Takera @flightsandfoods
From Shoppe Black "Your Trusted Source For All Things Black Owned, Globally"
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Family bookstore located in Anacostia. "Mahogany Books is dedicated to meeting the literary needs of readers in search of books written for, by, or about people of the African Diaspora. "
Providing "Movement Resources from the Community" including where to donate, petitions to sign, legal services, black-owned businesses and more.
Bring Black Voices into your Kitchen
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"Stories From Across the Black Diaspora" Hosts Leila Day and Hana Baba start conversations about what it means to be black and how we talk about blackness. It’s a celebration of black joy with a mission to dig deeper into stories that we don’t hear enough about.
LOCATION & HOURS
1101 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20003
Emilie's is located on Capitol Hill at the corner of Pennsylvania Ave SE & 11th St SE.
Sunday - Wednesday
10:30 AM - 8 PM
Thursday - Saturday
10:30 AM - 9 PM