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What to Eat at District Flea: 5 Must-Try Food VendorsBy Rina Rapuano | April 10, 2014 By Rina Rapuano | April 10, 2014
District Flea opened for its second season last weekend, once again offering DC residents its trademark blend of quirky crafts, vintage finds, modern home decor - and, of course, a wonderful selection of food vendors that could include Dutch-inspired sandwiches from Broodjes and Bier, porky goodness from Los Verracos or outstanding pastries from RareSweets.
Those who turned out for the market last fall will be happy to hear of the return of an expanded beer garden featuring both local beers and international brews - plus more seating and the promise of wine and champagne in the near future. The market runs each Saturday from 10 AM-5 PM through the end of October. And while food options may vary from week to week - organizers are even working with people who want to do occasional pop-ups, like EcoFriendly Foods' BBQ or Chaia (formerly Chaya) veggie tacos - there will be a few core stalls that are likely to be there week after week.
Here are a few places you might expect to find if you turn up hungry at Ninth Street and Florida Avenue NW one sunny Saturday: