La Cosecha, a Harvest of Latin Food & Culture, Coming to Union Market District

Since Mario Batali’s Eataly, so many cultures have sought to create a retail space that equally evoke a love affair with their food, fare, and fun.

The latest is La Cosecha, a latin market concept set to open in DC’s Union Market District in June 2019.  It literally means “the harvest” and will be a central gathering point for latin arts, culture, and heritage in the DC area.

La Cosecha will boast over a dozen latin businesses in its culinary/retail/entertainment and community space, all together under one 20,000 square foot roof, in a celebration of all things Central American.

Some of the retail partners already on board include:

  • Juan Manuel Barrientos’ 2nd US location of elcielo
  • Carolina Furukrona’s luxury lifestyle brand NOVA BOSSA
  • Amparo, a modern Mexican eatery, from Christian Irabien
  • Venezuelan Chef Frederico Tischler’s White Envelope Arepa & Ceviche bar
  • Grand Cata‘s 2nd DC location for wine specialties from Latin America and heritage nations
  • 1st brick and mortar location of Peruvian Brothers

Future partners include a coffee shop concept, mezcaleria, and a book and paper boutique.

*Renderings courtesy Gensler