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Destination-Worthy Food Halls Across the U.S.

Condé Nast Traveler Logo By Kara Newman of Condé Nast Traveler | Slide 2 of 7: Washington, D.C.On weekdays (except Monday) and weekends, this spot is a grazer’s delight, featuring vendors selling their wares alongside more established restaurant-style set-ups. The sprawling industrial space affords plenty of room to stroll: Local favorites include Rappahannock Oyster Bar, where you can watch oysters being shucked as you sip on a Bloody Mary, and Buffalo & Bergen, where D.C. cocktail maven Gina Chersevani concocts boozy egg creams.Don’t miss: Grab a bar stool at Red Apron to enjoy hot dogs washed down with gin and tonics on tap from behind the expansive counter.

Union Market

Washington, D.C.

On weekdays (except Monday) and weekends, this spot is a grazer’s delight, featuring vendors selling their wares alongside more established restaurant-style set-ups. The sprawling industrial space affords plenty of room to stroll: Local favorites include Rappahannock Oyster Bar, where you can watch oysters being shucked as you sip on a Bloody Mary, and Buffalo & Bergen, where D.C. cocktail maven Gina Chersevani concocts boozy egg creams.

Don’t miss: Grab a bar stool at Red Apron to enjoy hot dogs washed down with gin and tonics on tap from behind the expansive counter.

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