Looking for a great cup of coffee in Washington D.C.? Coffee shops are located on just about every corner around the capital region. If you are looking for a unique place to enjoy your favorite java, skip Starbucks and Dunkin Donuts and check out some of the independently owned coffee houses in the metropolitan area.
Located in the heart of Adams Morgan, this coffee shop is a local favorite, attracting a wide range of patrons with its casual and comfortable atmosphere and extensive hours (open 6:30 a.m. to 2 a.m. weeknights and 3 a.m on weekends). The menu includes espresso drinks, French pastries, rustic breads, gourmet sandwiches, and international beers, wines, and liqueurs.
The coffee house has CUP OF EXCELLENCE coffee's, microlots, rare and hard to find coffee like true Jamaican Blue Mountain and an excellent array of beans from around the world.
The National Community Church owns this coffee shop on Capitol Hill and donates all of the proceeds to benefit community outreach projects. Menu items include coffee and a variety of hot drinks, pastries, bagels, and other bakery items. Ebenezers features live music, dance lessons and poetry nights. The lower level is available to rent for private events.
Located in the heart of Washington, DC, this local coffee shop dates back to 1916. They focus on producing the freshest coffee by hand-craft roasting in small batches.
Locations in Silver Spring, Rockville, and National, Dulles, BWI and Pittsburgh airports. Mayorga Coffee Roasters is a specialty coffee roaster, wholesaler, and retailer. Mayorga coffee is also available at markets and coffee shops across the country and online.
The regional specialty coffee roaster sells its coffee at its local shops, in specialty gourmet food stores and online.
This coffee shop with a pub-like atmosphere serves coffee and espresso drinks, teas, baked goods, and sandwiches and salads made daily from the nearby Bread & Chocolate and Caboose Café. Live music is featured Wednesday through Saturday evenings. Free movies are offered every other Tuesday.