1850 K Street NW

Richie Brandenburg and Rùben García, in partnership with developer Tishman Speyer, have opened an ambitious new 25,000 square-foot food market destination in downtown DC. This large space, which occupies a full block in Farragut Square, is a collaborative culinary marketplace featuring 16 stalls, a specialty grocery, bar, bakery, and more. The space features both indoor and outdoor seating, a 40-seat atrium, and seats for over 500 diners.

The first phase is open and features 7 stalls:
Cashion's Rendezvous: Oysters, crab cakes, and strong drinks by Ann Cashion and John Fulchino’s.
Jamón Jamón: Hand-cut jamón Iberico, cheeses, croquetas, and charcuterie. Experience iconic Spanish ingredients sourced by Rùben García.
Brasa: Grilled sausages and veggies, pan con tomato, and allioli. Chef Rubén García offers Spanish street-food hot off the open-flame.
Taqueria Xochi: From the José Andrés Group vets Teresa Padilla and Geraldine Mendoza, Taqueria Xochi serves authentic dishes such as birria, tacos guisados, and street tacos, alongside margaritas and palomas.
Yaocho: Fried chicken, deep-sea snapper, superfood juices, sweets, and libations. Bidwell Chef John Mooney brings Polynesian flavors to the mainland.
Junge's: Churros and soft serve, sweet and simple. Street food treats inspired by the heritage of The Square visionaries Richie Brandenburg and Rùben García.
Atrium Bar: The Square’s central watering hole for good pours and high spirits, Atrium Bar serves cocktails, wine, and beer curated by Beverage Director Owen Thompson.

Photo by Scott Suchman