Toli Moli co-owner Simone Jacobson & Duende District owner Angela Maria Spring

Toli Moli co-owner Simone Jacobson & Duende District owner Angela Maria Spring

 

DUENDE @ Toli Moli in Union Market

Duende District has partnered with the Burmese eatery/bodega, Toli Moli, for a one-year pop-up!

The Duende @ Toli Moli bookstore will focus on books by and about the Asian diaspora, with a few Duende favorites thrown in as well. Come check out the hottest new spot at Union Market!

1309 5th St NE

Washington, D.C. 20002

Hours:
Tuesday – Friday: 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. 
Saturday & Sunday: 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. 

 

From Washingtonian Magazine: "Whether you’re looking for coconut curry noodles, Korean face masks, South Asian spices, or diapers, a new Burmese bodega inside Union Market aims to be your one stop destination for all that and so much more.

The shop is an expansion of Toli Moli, the Union Market stall serving creamy, gelatinous Burmese parfaits known as faloodaSimone Jacobson and her mother Jocelyn Law-Yone, along with friend Eric Wang, founded the food business nearly two years ago to introduce Washingtonians to a slice of Burmese cuisine and culture."