La Cosecha | A Latin American Marketplace in Washington DC

A Contemporary Latin American Marketplace

mercado . arte . cultura

La Cosecha is a contemporary Latin American marketplace in Washington DC that celebrates centuries of heritage. As a culinary embassy, La Cosecha is designed for community and conversation with a philanthropic mission to foster business education throughout Latin America. Our seasonal experiences are curated in partnership with Latin American embassies, eclectic tastemakers and artistic contributors. The harvest, la cosecha, is the natural time of reaping what has been cultivated by a dynamic community.


Open Monday – Sunday 8am-10pm.
Please check with individual businesses for specific operating hours.

Garage Parking Available

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What to do, What to eat, Where to be at La Cosecha

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month at La Cosecha

A month of curated events and experiences honoring DC’s Hispanic community

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Host Your Next Event at La Cosecha

La Cosecha offers a suite of versatile and unique venue space in the heart of Washington, DC, for your public or private event.


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Immerse yourself in Mexican culture and bring your own alebrije to life with @arttepuydc! Learn painting techniques from instructor @lamimiboutique and listen to the story of these Mexican folk art pieces—yours to take home after class. Tap the link in bio to buy tickets now!

6:30 PM
Meet @mosaico.dc's latest culinary masterpiece, the Arepa Santa Barbara, complete with succulent marinated fajita steak, perfectly grilled Latin cheese, fresh pico de gallo and homemade chimichurri sauce. The Arepa Santa Barbara is only available for a limited time, so don't miss out on this delectable treat! 🇻🇪
Don't miss Perspectiva Corazón: Mi Distrito by artist César Sanchez Morazzani @cesamo. The exhibit reflects Washington, DC, through the eyes of a Peruvian immigrant. Each landscape presents a parallel moment between DC and Peru, where a color, light or shape invokes a deep nostalgia. One might see a traditional landscape but, the more time spent looking, the artist’s cultural memories and identity shine through. Arte es el alimiento del alma. 

Name a better duo, we'll wait. 🤔

@lasgemelasdc and its sister restaurant @ghostburgerdc are teaming up once again to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with two Latin-inspired burgers: the Platano Burger with caramelized platanos, banana peppers, American cheese, platano mayo and arugula and the Barbie Girl with provolone, pickled jalapeño, red onion and cabbage, chipotle mayo and arugula. The best news? You don't only have to choose one.
While trekking across Peru, Laura Grier + Pats Krysiak were captivated by Andean women and their unique hats and weavings. Determined to share their traditions with the world, they founded @andeanahats. Andeana Hats are handmade with ancient woven intention bands. They preserve a vanishing art in Peru, Guatemala & Bolivia⁠. Shop now at the La Cosecha pop-up 🇵🇪🇬🇹🇧🇴

SEPTEMBER 14-17 + 21-24
Your favorite spot just got even better! @lacasitapupusas is taking it up a notch with some irresistible new dishes including the refreshing ceviche mixto, plantain and avocado bowl, sizzling steak and cheese fajitas and new vegan soy-chorizo pupusas.
Join The Embassy of El Salvador for a fashion pop-up featuring seven Salvadoran designers. Meet the designers and shop their collections on Saturday, August 19. ⁠
Featured designers include Carlos Herrera @carlosherrerasv, Monica Arguedas @monicaarguedas, Elsy Maribel Valladares (MAVA) mava_sv, Pablo Palomeque @pablo_palomeque_, ISCHA by Miranda Miguel @ischiabymiranda, Jesús Alvarenga and Elisa Barake @barakeofficial.⁠