‘Extraordinary’ Market Aims for Fall Debut in Columbia Heights

by Andrew Ramonas October 26, 2016 at 2:30 pm 0

Odd Provisions owners Jessica Woods and Rachel Mowrer (Photo via Instagram/Odd Provisions)

A self-described “extraordinary corner market” is on track to arrive in Columbia Heights in the coming weeks.

Odd Provisions might open at 3301 11th St. NW as soon as November, co-owner Jessica Woods told Borderstan this week. But the former Room 11 general manager didn’t have an exact date yet.

Located in the former Arthur’s Grocery space, the store will have craft beer, wine, snacks, produce and other pantry goods for sale from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. every day.

Woods said she’s trying to create a unique shop with Rachel Mowrer, a fellow Room 11 alum who owns the business with her.

“We’re . . . planning to be a little different from the bigger grocery stores in the area,” Woods said.

Photo via Instagram/Odd Provisions


Subscribe to our mailing list