A look at what's going on in Trinidad, on H Street, and in the larger area north of Capitol Hill.

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!


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 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


Anonymous Anonymous said...

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

Nov 30, 2012, 10:29:00 AM

Blogger 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.

Nov 30, 2012, 2:00:00 PM

Blogger inked said...

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

Nov 30, 2012, 2:16:00 PM

Blogger Charles Talleyrand said...

I'm going to check this out today.

Also interested in the future of HR-57

Dec 1, 2012, 9:45:00 AM


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