Capital Harvest Farmer's Market
on woodrow wilson plaza, fridays spring - fall
Our weekly farmer's market, Capital Harvest on the Plaza (CHoP) features plenty of farm-fresh edibles and artisanal novelties. The market is intended to be eco-friendly, informative, entertaining, interactive and original. Be sure to stop by our information booth and stock up on recipes and tips for maintaining a healthy and socially responsible lifestyle.
Open Fridays, spring through fall, beginning May 15th, 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. on Woodrow Wilson Plaza at the corner of 13th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, NW.
The market is accessible via metro by either the Federal Triangle (blue/orange/silver lines) or Metro Center (red/blue/orange/silver lines). Parking is available onsite in the Reagan Building's underground parking garage.
Full schedule of market days below:
1300 Pennsylvania Ave, NW
Ronald Reagan Building and
International Trade Center
Sponsored by Trade Center Management Associates (TCMA)
2015 Farmers and Artisans
Hailing from Montgomery County, MD, this family-owned and operated company specializes in olive oils, balsamic vinegar, salts and spice rubs.
Any Box servs fresh made organic juices and salads prepared at Union Kitchen in Northeast DC.
Maryland based Caprikorn Farms produces fresh Chevre and raw goat milk cheeses aged over 60 days.
Chocotengo offers a range of small batch, artisanal, hand made chocolates including truffles, molded chocolates, bars and hot chocolate mix.
Everything they sell is made right here in our nation's capital. Products include marshmallows, suckers, divinity and other confections in a variety of scrumtious flavors.
Hailing from the Delaware Shore, Mark has been popping delicious kettle corn for decades. Try the original or be adventurous and test out flavors like sweet garlic or Cajun.
Serving an organic menu of salads and sandwiches, Eco uses locally sourced ingredenits and sustainable products upholding very high standards in quality and eco-consciousness.
Owner Denise Dingle has a passion for ginger and infuses all types of sweets with the super food. Try her gingerbread, bread pudding cookies and more.
One of the most popular stands at the market, El Sabor serves up everything from tacos and tamales, to salsas and moles. Try a refreshing agua fresca with your meal.
This mother-daughter duo brings authentic Jamaican food to CHoP. Jerk chicken and Jamaican patties are just a couple of the dishes you'll find at our newest vendor's spot.
At this tent, you can find fresh, Virginia-grown vegetables including daikon, tomatoes, garlic, herbs, rhubarb, beets and potatoes.
Le Printemps offers market-goers an assortment of Mediterranean dishes with a French twist. Baklava, tabouli salad and dolma are a few of the favorites found at this market booth.
A former contestant on Cupcake Wars, Lynette and her aunt bring exciting cupcakes with flavors like banana pudding as well as six different kinds of cookies.
Made with fresh fruits and ingredients, Martha's jams and jelies come in a variety of flavors and include No Sugar Added (NSA) selections as well as pepper infused flavors.
View our seasonality chart to find out which fruits and vegetables are in season.
The Berliner family has been part of the CHoP family since day one. Mitch and his crew sell the most flavorful sausages, half-smokes, salami and jerky all made in nearby Bethesda, MD.
Miller Farms is a 267 acre farm that has been family owned since 1840. They offer a wide array of fresh fruits, crisp vegetables and more.
Ms Curry's Ayurvedic inspired Indian cuisine uses fresh, local ingredients to create gourmet Indian food. Her offerings include vegetable biryani, palak paneer and samosas.
Nitro's Creamery creates the best organic custom ice cream by using liquid nitrogen as a freezing agent to handcraft any flavor of your design right before your eyes.
Offering all natural and organic nuts, nut butters and speciality items. They grown their own pecans and source only through grower co-ops, ensuring you get the freshest products.
Every dumpling is carefully crafted by hand from the freshest organic and locally soruced ingredients. Hand-made. Hand-rolled. Hand-pinched.
Real Sauce Company is the operation behind Jerk Original Marinade, a globally inspired, unique way to spice-up any dish. This one-of-a-kind jerk marinade is great for marinating.
Crepes made to order. Rita sources her fruits, veggies and sausage from local farmersmarkets and creates tasty combinations of savory and sweet crepes.
A local woodturning business, S&E creates fabulous wood bowls and platters from locally reclaimed trees. They use mostly from wood found in the Baltimore city area. Maple, walnut, ash, elm cherry, and locust are some of the types you'll find at their booth.
Sweet Teensy uses only premium ingredients to create hand-crafted cookies, cupcakes and custom cakes. All baked goods are free of trans fats, preservatives and artificial colorings.
The Farm Market Bakery makes delicous classic American baked goods from scratch using the finest ingredients. They'll be serving scones, cookies, pies and cakes as well as gluten free options.
tuckey's mountain grown
A CHoP original, Kevin Tuckey and his family bring wonderful produce from their orchard each week. At this tent you'll find delicous apples, peaches, cherries, zucchini, herbs and more.
This family-run business comes to CHoP with fresh, bold and flavorful coffee. Enjoy a cup of hot or iced coffee at the market or take a pound home with you.