Category: Washington D.C.

Wee Bean Coffee Takes Big Step with Maryland Roastery Cafe

Good things come in small packages — an adage as true for the town of LaPlata, Maryland, as it is for each individual seed now roasted on site at Wee…

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Café Los Sueños Roasting Co. is a Dream Come True in Baltimore

Baltimore residents dreaming of a new place for quality coffee had a happy awakening this month with the opening of the first brick-and-mortar shop of Café Los Sueños Roasting...

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With a Focus on Uganda, DC-Based Sisters Launch Mutima Coffee

Two sisters born in Uganda and raised in the United States have launched Mutima Coffee, an online retail company offering high-quality coffees grown in the East African country. The...

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Origin Coffee Lab & Kitchen Finds a Destination in Arlington, VA

An end point for fresh, high-quality coffee and cuisine called Origin Coffee Lab & Kitchen has opened its 2,000-square-foot roastery cafe in Arlington, Virginia. Exposed brick walls and the...

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Lost Sock Roasters Pulls it Off: Long-Awaited DC Cafe Opens

Roughly two and a half years after first announcing plans to open a cafe inside Washington D.C.’s recently renovated Takoma Theatre Building, Lost Sock Roasters has found itself at...

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Compass Coffee Offering Pay to Staff Volunteering at Polling Places

Coffee roaster and retailer Compass Coffee held voter registration events this week at eight of its 12 cafes around Washington D.C. and Arlington, Virginia, for National Voter Registration Day....

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La Coop Coffee Shares the Joys of Guatemalan Coffees in Washington D.C.

International connections abound in the capital city of the United States, and a new one has been forged with the first coffee shop from La Coop Coffee Company. Founded...

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With Direct Trade Connections, Rako Coffee Roasters Launches in D.C.

Forced to skip a springtime series of public coffee pop-ups it had planned to introduce itself to coffee drinkers in the Washington D.C. area, a new direct-trade-focused company called...

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US Small Business Administration Eases Access to Low-Interest Loans

The United States Small Business Administration has eased entry requirements for low-interest disaster relief loans of up to $2 million in 17 U.S. states and counting. Over the past...

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In Coronavirus Response, Blue Bottle Coffee Temporary Closes All 71 US Stores

Blue Bottle Coffee has become the largest United States coffee chain to temporarily close all its retail locations in an effort to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus. The...

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