Groceries & Markets in Forestville


12 Bottles of Sicilian Red or Spanish White Wine, or 6 Bottles of Each at Potomac Wines and Spirits (49% Off)

Potomac Wines and Spirits

Potomac Wines and Spirits

A medium-bodied red that combines fruity notes with hints of Mediterranean herbs and a Spanish version of sauvignon blanc

$107.88 $55

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$78 for Six Bottles of Spanish Red Wine at Imperial Liquors ($180 Value)

Imperial Liquors

Imperial Liquors

Boutique liquor shop packs six bottles of a Spanish red with a 90+ score from Wine Advocate that has notes of woodsmoke, spice, and cherry

$180 $78

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$54 for a You Pick Case of 12 Wine Bottles at Sheffield Wine & Liquors Shoppe ($107.88 Value)

Sheffield Wine & Liquors Shoppe

Chevy Chase

Make your own case of wine with a dozen bottles, including varietals like cabernet, merlot, and verdejo

$107.88 $54

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$46 for Six Bottles of French Wine at MacArthur Beverages ($96 Value)

MacArthur Beverages

MacArthur Beverages

Get 2 bottles of 2012 Cotes du Rhone Domaine Mourchon, 2012 Cotes du Rhone Reserve Grand Veneur, and 2013 Grenache Syrah Mas Guiot

$96 $46

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$9 for $16 Worth of Spices and Teas at The Spice & Tea Exchange of Georgetown

The Spice & Tea Exchange of Georgetown

Georgetown

Cooking apothecary houses shelves of gourmet spices, cooking herbs, naturally flavored salts, infused sugars, and loose-leaf teas

$16 $9

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$20 or $40 Gift Card for Tea and Treats at SiTea: Teas & Treats (Up to 48% Off)

SiTea: Teas & Treats

SiTea: Teas and Eats

Full-leaf teas and hand blends make tasty and healthy drinks to wash down baked goods and desserts

$20 $11

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$12 for a Fresh Produce Box at Nalls Produce ($22 Value)

Nalls Produce

Franconia

Pick up a box of fresh, seasonal produce at a roadside market that’s been going strong for five decades

$22 $12

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$25 or $50 Worth of Frozen Treats and Ice Cream from Circus Ice Cream (Up to 52% Off)

Circus Ice Cream

Circus Ice Cream

Enliven parties with ice cream bars, popsicles, candy, and ice cream cart rentals

$25 $12

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$16 for $30 Worth of Meat and Seafood at Springfield Butcher

Springfield Butcher

Springfield Butcher

Butchers bundle up fresh, hand-cut filet mignon, housemade sausage, and jumbo-lump crab cakes

$30 $16

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$11 for $20 Worth of Produce — Sahara Date Company

Sahara Date Company

Tysons West

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$20 $11

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  • Henry's Soul Cafe
    At Henry's Soul Cafe, the smell of crispy, lightly breaded chicken mingles in the air with the sweet scent of signature sweet-potato pie—just as it's been doing since 1968. Amidst this mouthwatering perfume, chefs concoct down-home southern soul food such as fried fish, smoky ribs, smothered pork chops, and mounds of creamy mac 'n' cheese. Each day, they lovingly bake their specialty sweet-potato pie, which is as wholesome, famous, and orange as Santa Claus after a bad spray tan. When Henry's green T-shirt-clad staff isn't doling out plates of rib-sticking fare, they strive to better their community by supporting charities that help the homeless, the blind, and children in need.
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    5431 Indian Head Hwy
    Oxon Hill, MD US
  • Eastern Market
    Eastern Market Tango introduces locals to the art of tango with group dance parties and lessons conducted by a pair of in-house instructors. Jake Spatz combines his love for dance and DJ'ing in his nightly activities at Eastern Market, and Maximilliano Gluzman brings the skills he learned studying tango with renowned Argentine dancers and teaching at La Academia in Buenos Aires. Their tango lessons focus on correct posture, leading, and following to help couples communicate through body language and respectfully traverse the dance floor. They also work on improvisation, to help couples find enjoyable ways to dance together in crowded clubs or ATM vestibules where space may be limited. During milongas—dynamic tango dance parties—advanced and beginning students strut their sultry skills on the dance floor until the wee hours. Three-tiered plates of fresh fruit and dark chocolate beckon resting dancers, as pairs work their way across the studio’s spacious hardwood floors.
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    225 7th Street Southeast
    Washington, DC US
  • Khepra's Raw Food Juice Bar
    Khepra Anu, the self-proclaimed ?coconut king? and chef at Khepra's Raw Food Juice Bar, slips busily among hillocks of fruits, nuts, and veggies. He expounds on the importance of raw foods and fasting in health, comparing the process to that of a mechanic changing a car?s oil or a carpenter maybe buying flowers for his hammer once in a while. Blends of leafy green veggies, goji berries, and citrus fruits pour from a juicer, fueling patrons during fasts or simply augmenting traditional nutrition. The foundation for each beverage is coconut water from Florida-grown coconuts, and the elixirs are intended to give the body a chance to flush itself of toxins with seed milks, citrus blends, and mineral-rich greens. Khepra is also excited about raw foods, which he believes contain more naturally occurring nutrients, and prepares nut-and-hemp burgers, nori rolls, and wraps in the bustling shop.
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    402 H St
    Washington, DC US
  • Adams Fish Market
    Adam Express The sign outside is unassuming and the inside––bearing nothing more than a few stools––may make newcomers wonder how Adam Express stays in business. But one bite into a fresh sushi roll or Korean entrée makes it all clear. Those who happen to snag one of two seats in front of the open kitchen can sit and watch as chefs prepare kimchee and bibimbap to order without flavor enhancers like MSG or chocolate syrup. Besides Korean specialties like chap chae––vermicelli noodles with shredded beef, veggies, and soy sauce––the chefs cook up a number of Chinese dishes such as fried rice and lomein, and blend Japanese and Korean traditions to make bulgogi sushi rolls, which feature marinated beef, crab cakes, and pickled radish.
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    3211 Mount Pleasant St NW
    Washington, DC US
  • Big Bear Cafe
    Catering toward the non-conformist, Big Bear Cafe serves coffee in Washington's LeDroit Park - Bloomingdale district. Put the diet on pause when you visit Big Bear Cafe — there are no low-fat menu items. Wifi access is totally free at Big Bear Cafe, perfect for catching up on the news, hopping on social media, or even working. During the summer months, don't miss out on Big Bear Cafe's outdoor patio seating. If time is of the essence, Big Bear Cafe's take-out option may be a better fit. null Frugal foodies will especially love the prices at Big Bear Cafe, with a meal typically hovering under the $15 mark. Big Bear Cafe dishes up breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so stop by for your favorite meal.
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    1700 1st Street Northwest
    Washington, DC US
  • A. Litteri
    Michael DeFrancisci is the third generation owner of A. Litteri, D.C.'s oldest Italian grocery store. His grandfather and great uncle, Mariano DeFrancisci and Antonio Litteri were the original operators in 1926, before A. Litteri was moved to its current location. A. Litteri is the perfect place to come for authentic, old-school Italian foods. In fact, Michael still orders many of the same older brands so that traditional customers can depend on particular products. For modern customers, he seeks out products from all over his motherland. With a selection of over 80 brands of olive oil alone, it's clear why A. Litteri's has been around so long.
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    517 Morse Street Northeast
    Washington, DC US
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