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FESTIVAL SEASON 2014 BEGINS…
HAPPY SPRING!!! :-)

Green Man Festival 2014
Saturday, May 10th, 10am - 6pm 
Sunday, May 11th, 11am - 5pm

"Join us, rain or shine, for two days of music, vendors, crafts, environmental awareness, food, and fun in beautiful downtown!

The 10th Annual Green Man Festival is a celebration of Greenbelt's commitment to preserve its acres of forests. This year we will celebrate the pollinators, specifically butterflies that are endangered due to the destruction of their habitats.

Festival activities will reconnect us to the folklore of ancient civilizations through science, art, music and myth by featuring many local artists, musicians and performers from Maryland as well as other parts of the country."


The Green Man Festival celebrates the ancient folk tale of the Green Man, "the Spirit of the Natural World", who reminds us of our responsibility to care for our habitat. Green Man Festival 2014 is a celebration of 10 years of uniting community members who share similar values and concerns for the environment. Join us in wishing our Mother Earth a Happy Mothers' Day, learning how to help restore and bring balance to our environment and spreading love through culture, food, music, art and so much more.

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FRESH ROTI
VISIT SUNRISE CARIBBEAN CUISINE TODAY FOR A TASTE OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO AND THE CARIBBEAN.

The diverse ethnic groups of Trinidad and Tobago and the Caribbean is reflected in it's multicultural cuisine. During the point of development in the "new world" many immigrants from around the globe saw Trinidad and Tobago and the Caribbean as a "port of hope". People from around the world adapted and made home in the beautiful islands of the Caribbean. 

Africans who were abducted from their homelands brought with them African culture, Asians brought with them Asian flavor, the Europeans did the same and so the story goes on. The uniquely exquisite flavors of Caribbean Cuisine combines the cultures of Amerindians, Spanish, African, Indian, French, British and so many more ethnic and cultural backgrounds. 

Sunrise Caribbean Cuisine conveniently located in the food court of Union Station in Washington, DC represents the cultural diversity of the Caribbean. Hailing from the sister island nation of Trinidad and Tobago, Alisa Plaza, chef and co-owner of Sunrise Caribbean Cuisine incorporates her multicultural Trinidadian background in her culinary creations. 

Representing the flavors of her Indian ancestors who created new variations of Indian cuisine in the Caribbean, Chef Alisa cooks up signature appetizers of Trinidad and Tobago on Fridays.   STOP BY FOR A TASTE OF THE CARIBBEAN TODAY.


DOUBLES               A common street food in Trinidad and Tobago. Curry Chickpeas also
                                   known as "Channa" sandwiched in between two bara
                                   (fried mini flatbread) and topped with optional chutney and sauces.

PHOLOURIE         Seasoned fried split peas and flour balls served with traditional Tamarind
                                   Sauce.

ALOO PIE               A variant of the samosa also known as potato pie. A fried pastry stuffed

                                   with seasoned mashed potatoes. "Aloo" is the Hindi word for Potato.

ROTI                       - SERVED DAILY     Indian Bread

SUNRISE CARIBBEAN CUISINE           50 MASSACHUSETTS AVE NE, WASHINGTON, DC

 
 
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LUNCH SPECIAL 11AM-2PM

FREE SOUP
-WITH THE PURCHASE OF A LUNCH PLATE
 
SERVED WITH 1 ENTREE + 2 SIDES
CHICKEN LUNCH PLATE: $6.95
VEGAN LUNCH PLATE: $8.00
OXTAIL/GOAT LUNCH PLATE: $8.50