Eji’s Ethiopian Joining the 331 Cortland Marketplace

That available space in the glamorous 331 Cortland marketplace is no longer available. Eji’s Ethiopan will be moving in soon:

We are proud to announce a new vendor at 331 Cortland who will be joining the marketplace in early October, just a few short weeks away. Her food is vegan, full of spicy goodness and totally yummy. Eji has been working with La Cocina to make her business a reality and we are happy she chose 331 as her next step. Please stop by, try her food and welcome her to the neighborhood!

La Cocina provides a little more background:

Growing up in the bustling, Ethiopian capital of Addis Ababa, Eji Atlaw spent much of her childhood in the kitchen with her four sisters and mother, learning to make homemade Ethiopian dishes. Food has always been a passion for Eji, and one that stuck with her as she built a new life in the United States. Eji decided to pursue what she loves, and join La Cocina to begin working on plans to start her own vegan Ethiopian business. Eji’s launched at the 2011 San Francisco Street Food Festival, and since then Eji has been working as a caterer and developing a line of sauces that showcase Ethiopian flavors, spices and local ingredients.

PHOTO: Ejigayehu Atlaw, via Eji’s Ethiopian

11 thoughts on “Eji’s Ethiopian Joining the 331 Cortland Marketplace

  1. Yay! I love Ethiopian food. I love vegetarian/vegan food. This is the best news to come along since that Mitt Romney 47% video leaked.

  2. Thanks for the warm welcome. So excited and very happy to serve Bernal with my Ethiopian treats. Please check out my food via my new website ejisethiopian.com. I plan to serve a little sneak review samples tomorrow so come by.

  3. We met Eji and tried her food a couple of days ago. Delicious! Looks like another great vendor for 331. Love that place!

  4. Hello Ejigayehu atlaw, what a surprise to see this article and your picture.It’s very hard for me to believe.
    Emai me

  5. Hello Ejigayehu!
    This is Azeb your one of your old fiends, i would like to hear from you.
    Expecting your reply!

    Azeb Tadesse

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