Coffee Shop in Foggy Bottom

Zeke’s Coffee of DC

Zeke’s Coffee of DC it uses a fluid bed coffee roaster, which toasts the beans faster and more evenly than a conventional drum toaster. This leads to a cleaner tasting coffee that has a more distinctive flavor. Zeke’s specializes in sustainable Arabica beans to guarantee the highest quality coffee. Here you can also get more than just a cup: join the DC Coffee Club and receive one pound of coffee, pick-up or delivery, weekly, biweekly or monthly. The variety is almost endless.

2300 Rhode Island Avenue NE, Washington, DC, USA,





Georgetown hot spot point Baked & Wired is known for its excellent coffee, delicious baked goods and friendly expert baristas. This small, artistic place offers coffee and espresso from multiple toasters, as well as fresh milk from Trickling Springs Creamery. Tea aficionados can enjoy elaborate micro chai at Mychai in Bend, Oregon. Enjoy a cup of your favorite coffee drink crafted by a professional barista while savoring one of DC’s best cupcakes..

1052 Thomas Jefferson Street NW, Washington, DC, USA



Bike Racks at Filter Coffee

With artistically toasted coffee from the local producer Ceremony Coffee in the vicinity of Annapolis, Maryland, Filter Coffeehouse & Espresso Bar has provided DC with first class coffee since March 2010. All products are selected and prepared with a commitment to quality and service . This means that in Filter, there is no doubt that coffee comes first. The filter has three separate locations in DC: Dupont Circle, Foggy Bottom and Brookland.

1726 20th Street NW, Washington, DC, USA



Peregrine Espresso

Since opening its first location in 2008, Peregrine Espresso has earned attention as one of the best coffee shops in the nation, such as Bon Appetit, Food and Wine and USA Today, to name just a few. In addition, several of its employees have taken home top honors in barista competitions throughout the United States. The cafeteria focuses on sustainability and aims to educate its customers. It even offers classes on espresso techniques and brewing. Like Filter, Peregrine’s success has resulted in three different locations in Eastern Market, Logan Circle and Union Market.

660 Pennsylvania Avenue SE, Washington, DC, USA


Sidamo Coffee

Sidamo Coffee & Tea is a family-owned Ethiopian coffee shop that has become a mainstay in the ever-changing H Street Corridor. Organic grains grown in the shade are toasted in the store and every Sunday at 2 p.m., Sidamo hosts a traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremony. This is one of the most recognizable aspects of Ethiopian culture and arguably the oldest coffee tradition in the world.

417 H Street NE, Washington, DC, USA,


Qualia Coffee

Qualia Coffee is not just a full service cafeteria; It is also home to the company of roasting small lots Fresh Off the Roast. This company is dedicated to obtaining freshly harvested beans from around the world. Here you will find beans from all over: Guatemala, Uganda, Haiti, Brazil and Ethiopia, to name just a few. Qualia also offers rare coffee that is available on a first-come, first-served basis. During the hot summer months, enjoy an iced coffee, an iced tea or a homemade lemonade from scratch.

3917 Georgia Avenue NW, Washington, DC, USA,



Tryst is located in the vibrant Adams Morgan neighborhood, making it one of the best places to hang out and enjoy a cup of coffee while enjoying the sights and sounds of the city. Tryst has gone against the suburban culture and the coffee chains that prevail in the USA. UU Since its inception in 1998. With its copper countertops, silver cutlery and plush velvet armchairs, this is a place where the artistic type will feel good at home.

2459 18th Street NW, Washington, DC, USA,



La Colombe

Located in an alley in the neighborhood of Shaw, La Colombe is a bit out of the way. La Colombe is for the coffee purist, since it is useless, except for some types of cakes that combine well with your morning drink. Come here to enjoy coffee of the highest quality in DC. Even the presentation is tasteful, it is served in beautiful handmade ceramic cups in Italy.

Blagden Alley 924 N Street NW, Washington, DC, USA,





Compass Coffee

Opened in 2014, Compass Coffee is one of DC’s newest coffee shops, the result of the collaboration of two friends and former Marines who served together in Afghanistan. The beans are toasted on the site and there are nine mixes to choose from. Be creative with one of their lattes flavored with maple or lavender. Like its namesake, Compass strives to help its clients get their bearings and guide them in the right direction for the rest of the day.

1535 7th Street NW, Washington, DC, USA,

(202) 838-3139


Chinatown Coffee Co.

Chinatown Coffee Co. has become a science, whether you prefer chemex, pour over, French press or siphon brewing. Last year, Men’s Journal selected the cafeteria as one of the top 11 in the country, citing its energetic and resourceful baristas. If you feel adventurous, try asking for something you would never expect to see on a coffee menu: absinthe.

475 H Street NW, Washington, DC, USA,

(202) 320-0405