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Food halls coming to D.C. in big ways

After the huge success of D.C.’s Union Market, many other new “food halls” are sprouting up to offer consumers unique tastes and cultivated, culinary experiences in buzzing locations around the area. According to consultancy and research firm Cushman & Wakefield, there will be approximately 300 food hall projects in operation by the end of 2020…Ballston Quarter Forest City, Latin Marketplace NoMa, Isabella Eatery, Tysons Galleria.

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