Our New Favorite Inspiring DC Coffee Spot: Seylou Bakery & Mill

Washingtonian hailed it as one of the “three [DC] bakeries you don’t want to miss,” it had a glowing write-up in the Washington Post, and Eater DC covered this shop as housing the “Steve Jobs of bread.” Welcome to Seylou Bakery & Mill, the capital’s first-ever mill-in-house, whole grain bakery in Shaw.

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Time Cupsoul Tuesday Tune!

“Everyone can produce coffee. What sets the difference is how. It’s not about the mechanical process. It’s all about the spirit. Understanding diversity amongst the people. The way every single one of us is unique.

Happy New Year, 2019 from Time Cupsoul!

Wishing you a beautiful year filled with serenity, inspiration, and lots and lots of coffee and chocolate.

How Amazon’s HQ2 Will Affect DC’s Coffee Scene


I’m sure you’ve heard. Tuesday, Amazon selected Northern Virginia and NYC for its HQ2 locations. Crystal City and Alexandria, VA areas will house the company’s new offices and more than 25,000 employees in a new neighborhood called “National Landing.” The area’s culture is most certainly about to change in drastic ways. News articles are speculating about how exactly it will change — increased traffic and expenses (food, real estate), and a better overall food scene are expected, but no one has covered, you guessed it: coffee. And this is big!

From what we understand about CEO Jeff Bezos and the Amazon HQ1 in Seattle, we can only surmise that a robust coffee scene – showcasing local DMV roasters – will be a part of the new Amazon HQ2 at National Landing. 


Why do we think that we all should be talking about an exciting coffee scene with Amazon’s arrival?

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