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Thursday, November 29, 2012

Chaya StartUp Test Kitchen Pop-Up Saturday

This pop-up was originally supposed to take place in Anacostia, but there was a communication snafu involving some DDOT work, and it had to relocate. While it sucks that they are missing out on the experience, it's a super fun event to unexpectedly have on H Street this weekend.

Be the first to sample and buy Made in DC craft food products!

NEW LOCATION!!!!

Saturday, 12/1  |  NOON - 4 PM
(Near Corner of 10th and H Street NE)
Featuring Chaya StartUp Test Kitchen Pop-Up from 1 to 4 p.m.
Chaya was a 2012 StartUp Kitchen finalist 

STARTUP MARKET
StartUp Market is a temporary one-day market that provides a venue for food and craft entrepreneurs to sell their products, network with other vendors and build a customer following. Just like the Kitchen model, consumers will be asked to provide feedback on products. Existing retail and food entrepreneurs will provide feedback day-of by judging the StartUpStar competition.

STARTUP TEST KITCHEN POP-UP- CHAYATest out StartUpKitchen finalist, CHAYA's tacos with a sustainable spin.  Chaya is rustic cooking with a focus on eating more plants and less meat. The food is infused with Latin flavors and cooked with well-sourced, seasonal ingredients. There is great culinary and creative potential is these ingredients and this style of cooking Includes two craft beers from Chocolate City.

For more information contact:
Jessica O'Neal at membership@thinklocalfirstdc.com

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Probably just me being dense but I don't get it. What exactly would I be getting for my $20?

pat said...

i believe for $20, you get a table space.

The idea is the market attracts serious buyers by
having a door fee and the vendors pay a bit to
get door security

and the people get serious vendors.

inked said...

10:29,
For $20 you get two beers from Chocolate City and some eats from the Test Kitchen.

Charles Talleyrand said...

I'm going to check this out today.

Also interested in the future of HR-57