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Tuesday, October 07, 2008

October’s Where to Drink Now

Capitol Hill is abuzz with the recent opening of D.C.’s Peregrine Espresso. Long-time coffee enthusiasts (and husband–and-wife team) Ryan and Jill Jensen opened the doors to this highly anticipated café a little over a month ago (the location was formerly occupied by Murky Coffee), and coffee geeks and morning commuters alike have been waiting in line for a taste. Individual pour-over brewers deliver fresh cups of Counter Culture coffee while premium teas satisfy those who prefer leaves to beans. Pick up a cup of El Salvador Finca Mauritania to go, or grab a seat and take advantage of the free wi-fi; either way, Peregrine is definitely worth the buzz.

Coordinates: 660 Pennsylvania Ave. S.E., Washington, D.C.; 202-629-4381; peregrineespresso.com

1 comments:

Adam said...

It's great to see that the Murky Coffee location is getting a second life.