Posts Tagged ‘filter’

Café Olé: How Counter Culture Took Over D.C. Coffee

On a recent Friday morning, Bryan Duggan is asking the dozen or so people assembled in front of him what they think the grounds of an Ecuadorian roast smell like. Self-professed coffee philistines and scruffy, plaid-bedecked twentysomethings I recognize as baristas at Filter Coffeehouse and Big Bear Café offer up “tamarind,” “sweet potatoes,” and “moss” […]

Last Night’s Leftovers: Foamy Latte Fight Club Edition

Enter the shadowy world of D.C. baristas and their foamy monthly "fight club." Dolcezza, Filter, Peregrine, Chinatown Coffee Company—they're all involved. [Borderstan] Asylum, R.I.P. [Prince of Petworth] José Andrés ranks No. 41 among the "50 Most Powerful People in Washington." His restaurant Minibar, you'll recall, ranks No. 1 in our book. [GQ] Former Galileo III […]

Last Night’s Leftovers: Weird Child Army Edition

Be gentle when eating out at these places during Restaurant Week: it's their first time. [Washingtonian] Or, just drink your way through Restaurant Week here. [Drink DC] Drew Trautmann's new District Kitchen is not operating on Mondays for the next two weeks. [Twitter] Sorry, laptop luggers: there will be no WiFi at the new Filter […]