Posts Tagged ‘Chinatown Coffee Co.’

Which Restaurants Are Braving the Storm? Y&H Has a Working List.

Pete's will be riding the storm out. For those who didn't stock the pantry in preparation for the Armageddon — sorry, snowmageddon — you might consider braving the elements and heading to a nearby restaurant. A number are doggedly riding out the storm this weekend. Here's our working list. Please add to it as you […]

Bon Appétit Names Peregrine Espresso One of the 10 Best Boutique Coffee Shops

In its January issue, Bon Appétit lists the 10 best boutique coffee shops in America, and sneaking in right at the bottom is D.C.'s Peregrine Espresso, which also took home top honors in our most recent Best of D.C. issue. Writes BA on Peregrine: You've heard of microbrewed beer, but what about coffee? On Capitol Hill, […]

This Week’s Greatest Hits on Young & Hungry

What a finish! The competition for the top spot in the hearts and minds of Young & Hungry readers was decided by just a single pageview. Guess who won this week? Nope, not Select 55. Your fave posts this week: Birch & Barley Opens Today. What's Inside? Budweiser Launches Select 55, Light Beer Arms Race […]

Nick Cho’s Tax Troubles: Where Does That Leave Chinatown Coffee?

Nick Cho's arrest today on 82 counts of tax fraud not only spells trouble for the former Murky Coffee owner, but also, potentially, for his current place of employment, Chinatown Coffee Co, where Cho oversees operations. After all, Cho faces 180 days in jail for each count. That's more than 40 years behind bars if […]

Y&H Talks Coffee Today with David Furst on Metro Connection

We in the District and beyond are enjoying the finest coffee we've ever known, and it's coming from all sides and in different forms. You have shops like Misha's, M.E. Swing,  Sidamo, and the relative newcomer, Qualia on Georgia Avenue, which all roast and sometimes blend their own coffees. Then you have operations like Peregrine, Chinatown Coffee Co., […]

This Week’s Greatest Hits on the Young & Hungry Blog

Most folks saw the Beer Summit as a chance to talk race relations in America. The readers of Y&H saw it as a chance to bash the participants for their lousy taste in brew. Orr Shtuhl's post on the suds summit was the runaway hit of the week, but his follow-up on Obama's disastrous taste in light quaffs […]

Chinatown Coffee Co. Opened for Business Today

The irrepressible Nick Cho has found a new home, and it's at Chinatown Coffee Co., which just opened today at 475 H Street NW (which, technically, may be outside the formal boundaries of Chinatown). The shop is actually owned by Max and Katie Brown, a pair of "recovering attorneys" who decided to hire Cho, the […]

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