“El condado de Prince George’s cuenta con un lugar como pocos: miXt Food Hall fue creado para ayudar a los residentes minoritarios a convertirse en empresarios de la industria alimentaria y el arte, todo en un solo lugar.” Telemundo Washington DC
“From urban farmer to wellness provider, Stephanie Freeman has been a caregiver to the earth and to her customers for more than a decade. Freeman, who identifies as lesbian, owns Relish Market with her daughter, Alexia Yates. Located in Brentwood, Md., Relish offers housemade drinks, herb and spice mixes, condiments, wellness products, and a host […]
“In a crowded taco market, it can be tough to stand out. Avelino Romualdo Valdez and Jaime Romualdo Valdez, the brothers behind La Michoacana, have just the thing: Their signature dish is a quesabirria taco, but it’s not beef or goat. It’s salmon.” – The Washington Post Read the full article from the Washington Post.
“Spice Kitchen is Nigerian street food by way of miXt Food Hall, an airy, open space with large windows that flood the room with sunlight. The chef and owner’s goal is to change ‘the way people think about African food,’ he tells me one afternoon inside the food hall…” – Tim Carman, The Washington Post
Meet Rivka Alvial! Originally from the DMV, Rivka has a passion for all things food and drink. Rivka is a bar boss, pastry chef, and so much more. Keep reading to find out about how Rivka uses food and hospitality to connect with the people and world around her.