The pop-up restaurant is casual and cool and a lovely stop on your way back from shopping at nearby Union Market.

Vin de Chez Pops Up at Union Kitchen

  • vin-de-chez
    Vin de Chez has temporarily popped up in the Union Kitchen parking lot.
  • vietnamese cured pork
    The menu features simple, small plates, as well as advance notice only dishes like foie gras and octopus.
  • scallop
    This scallop is light and lemony.
  • salmon
    The salmon was served alongside broccolini.
  • greens
  • vin de chez bar
    The pop-up restaurant is casual and cool and a lovely stop on your way back from shopping at nearby Union Market.

in de Chez, the new pop-up venture from Chef Tom Madrecki and Liz Bird launched September 29 in the Union Kitchen parking lot of all places. Despite the somewhat gritty setting, the place is charming with its long, heavily French wine list and modern menu.

Featuring seating for roughly 40 people, the communal tables and low key setting make for a lovely afternoon stop on your way back from Union Market. Try the scallop and the garden greens for a light snack and then split a few bottles of vino and people watch. Vin de Chez runs on select Sundays during warm months, weather-permitting, and its next go will be on October 20. Make reservations to guarantee yourself a seat.

Vin de Chez
1100 3rd Street NE
Washington, DC

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Nicole Cavino

Photographer. A DC resident, Nicole is an aspiring globetrotter who has lived in California, Europe, Haiti, and New York. A government worker bee by day, her time outside the office is spent traveling, and counteracting the benefits of physical exercise through heavy carb consumption and movie watching. She hopes to one day own a juicer.

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