Chinatown Will Soon Get Florist and Wine Shop Heaven’s Market

Ahead of an official opening in early- to mid-2021, the owners are hosting pop-ups, encouraging online ordering.
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Heaven’s Market, a brand new wine shop and flower studio, is coming to Chinatown by way of Owners Lindsay Cummins and Natalia MacAdams. Situated at 508 Chung King Court, Haven’s Market occupies 810 square feet of a ground-floor commercial unit in a 1,575-square-foot, two-story mixed-use building within a pedestrian plaza. 

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MacAdams told What Now Los Angeles in a phone interview that they are “playing it by ear” when it comes to the opening with several pop-ups planned, but the grand opening will be in mid-2021. In the meantime, online orders can be made for a mix of seasonal, local, and imported flowers for bouquet purchases.

“It’s important to us that, one, we are safe and our customers are safe, and two, we are able to properly celebrate,” MacAdams said. MacAdams has worked in the hospitality industry for 14 years now and currently serves as the wine director for El Prado bar in Echo Park. Cummins previously focused on the fashion industry but has expertise as the owner of Lou Flowers. 

Cummins said that the unique charm and beauty of Chinatown appealed to the two of them. “It was just a place that I always saw myself landing,” she said. “It just felt perfect.” The wine at Heaven’s Market will feature low-intervention, natural wines, primarily from the United States and Europe, according to a Conditional Use Beverage permit filing for the shop.

Michelle Goldchain

Michelle Goldchain is a D.C.-born content creator who previously worked as the Editor of Curbed DC at Vox Media for three and a half years. She has contributed to several local publications, including Vox, Education Week, Washington Business Journal, Eater DC, Washington City Paper, DCist, Washingtonian, and Greater Greater Washington. She also has a background in photography, social media management, and the visual arts. Her main side hustle is a surreal comedy show on YouTube, called Artsplained, that focuses on increasing interest and knowledge in the arts through quirky sketches and long-form essays.
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