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Washington, DC 20007
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Our first cafe in Washington D.C., designed by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, is on a cobblestone walkway off of Georgetown’s bustling M Street. In a town where coffee inspires diplomacy and filibusters alike, our fold-open storefront with a communal table beckons all to partake in coffee and neighborly conversation.
We have reason to believe that our expertly brewed single origin and blend coffees are carrying on the most historic (and presidential) of missions. Two hundred years ago, The White House Cookbook decried: “longer boiling ruins the water… leaving a very insipid liquid… that would ruin the best coffee.”
We’re glad to take up the charge against “insipid liquid,” and we recommend enjoying our pour over coffee, espresso drinks, and seasonal menu while sitting outside our cafe to view the foot traffic on the C&O Canal Towpath adjacent to the Potomac River. In a city that commemorates the past and legislates the future, it’s good to take a moment in our light-filled cafe to exist in the present.