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.
We've already been harping on Harper Macaw, yet we simply must harp some more. And if we had a real harp, well yes, we would henceforth strum its beautiful strings and sing a romantic ballad to this DC brand.
Would Time Cupsoul buy River-Sea Chocolates again? Absolutely. It could be meeting the local makers at The Chocolate House (support local vendors!), the packaging with origin photos that connect the patrons to the global story/producers, the sustainability message, or just the fact that the chocolate is decadent. It's probably a combination of all of the above. There's a special rawness to this small bean-to-bar brand that you simply don't want to miss.
The cherry blossoms may be on their way, but there's still time to grab a delicious hot chocolate in the District. There are numerous articles online that list top hot chocolate spots in DC, but none of them match up with this list!
The 70 percent dark chocolate bar from Dreketi, Vanua Levu Island, Fiji, by Soma Chocolatemaker had a big reputation to live up to...
In journalism, we call this the "scoop." There's a new coffee shop in DC and no one seems to know about it.
What chocolate truly represents "DC"? What chocolate brands are made in DC? And where can you buy great chocolate in the District? Here are some essential facts for when you need a chocolate souvenir (or an everyday chocolate treat) from the nation's capital.
There are plenty of exemplary coffee shops in DC, sure, but somehow Compass Coffee emerged and staked a claim on the intangible notion that she belongs to DC and DC belongs to her.