Five Things To Do in Mount Pleasant This Weekend

Looking for something to do this weekend in Mount Pleasant? We have you covered!

Mount Pleasant Farmers Market (17th and Lamont)

A small but mighty market in a historic neighborhood, the Mount Pleasant Farmers Market is the perfect place to spend your Saturday morning. Every Saturday from 9:00am-1:00pm, catch up with your community while browsing wares from local vendors, including ripe produce, freshly-baked goods, and more. Enjoy rotating vendors outside of the plaza as well, including an Ethiopian coffee van and a popsicle stand.

Corado’s Restaurant (3217 Mount Pleasant St. NW)

Known for their fresh, mouth-watering dishes, Corado’s Restaurant shares the most unique and delicious flavors from Latin America. Discover their chef-driven menu, which highlights seasonal ingredients in flavorful Guatemalan-style tamales, freshly-baked empanadas, and other dishes. They also have bar favorites with a Latin twist, like the Cumbia burger topped with savory pink and tangy pineapple sauces.

Golden Scissors (3062 Mount Pleasant St. NW)

If you’re looking to switch up your hairstyle for the fall season, look no further. For over 25 years now, Golden Scissors has treated the Mount Pleasant community to a cutting-edge salon experience. Ask Rosibel and her staff for one of this fall’s trending cuts – try some 70s-inspired curtain bangs, bright and beautiful ombre hair, or burnt auburn balayage to blend with the changing leaves!

AddisParis Café (3103 Mount Pleasant St. NW)

Want the brunch experience without waking up early? AddisParis Café offers all-day brunch specials on the weekends! Their dishes, which add Ethiopean and French flavors to classic morning meals, include pain perdu, bagels and lox, and crêpes – both savory and sweet. Their apple crêpe is made of cooked apples in a butter caramel sauce with raisins and cinnamon – a combination made in heaven!

El Progreso Market (3158 Mount Pleasant St. NW)

One of DC’s best Hispanic grocery stores, El Progreso Market is a neighborhood go-to for any and all groceries you may need. This store has fresh produce, an amazing selection of beer and wine, and carries many specialty ingredients that mainstream grocery stores don’t, including chiles secos, dried herbs, and a large selection of beans. Be sure to grab a pack of fresh tortillas for just $2.00!

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