NoMa

Find Union Market, trendy restaurants and historic sites like Gallaudet University in this up-and-coming zone.

NoMa’s Union Market

It’s a Sunday afternoon at NoMa’s Union Market , and a couple is slurping bivalves at Rappahannock Oyster Bar while, nearby, a mini-skirt wearing tween struggles to eat a taco while walking. Just across the way, there’s a line forming for either the beer, the bratwursts or both at Red Apron...

Rappahannock Oyster Co. Patrons
Salt & Sundry Owner Amanda McClements on NoMa Delights

In 2012, local food writer and entrepreneur Amanda McClements opened Salt & Sundry , her chicly curated Union Market kitchen, home and gift store. She’s seen the emerging NoMa (North of Massachusetts Avenue NE) neighborhood turn into a restaurant, retail and cool- hunting boom zone since then...

Amanda McClements of Salt & Sundry
15 Can’t-Miss Food Experiences at Union Market

Welcome to Union Market , DC’s hippest feasting ground, a revived mid-century produce- and meat-selling bazaar that holds food stalls, informal restaurants and kitchenware boutiques in NoMa . We’re focusing on 15 of the tastiest experiences to be had at the hub, which is open every day of the week...

@dcfishwife - Poke Bowl from District Fishwife at Union Market - Washington, DC
7 Things to See & Do in NoMa

This rising neighborhood just north of the U.S. Capitol takes its name from its location - north of Massachusetts Avenue NE. Slurp oysters and buy spices at hip gourmet destination Union Market, rent a bike and hop on the Metro Branch Trail or explore new businesses opening in old warehouses.

Rappahannock Oyster Bar - NoMa's Union Market - Washington, DC
Visiting the Smithsonian National Postal Museum

Since its opening in 1993 in the historic City Post Office Building, the Smithsonian National Postal Museum has served to honor and celebrate America’s proud postal history. Located next to Union Station in DC’s NoMa neighborhood , the museum houses a vast collection of stamps, postal artifacts and...

Smithsonian National Postal Museum