sweet-science
2nd floor of 18th and Wyoming Ave, NW

From an email:

“I wanted to let you know that there has been a very unexpected turn of events last minute yesterday. I will be allowed to stay in the space here until the end of March to allow for a smoother transition and give me more time to find a new location.”

sweet science
2nd floor of 18th and Wyoming Ave, NW

From an email:

“Sweet Science Coffee is closing its storefront in Adams Morgan

Almost a year after starting to brew craft coffee by hand, Sweet Science Coffee is closing down this Saturday, Febuary 6th.

“We had the hope to make our tiny space a permanent spot, it didn’t work out”, says owner Sandra Wolter. Since the shop has earned a loyal following and great reviews by coffee enthusiats, she is looking for a new location and will continue her coffee classes, events and travel in the meantime.

To say thank you, Sandra and her team will be having a pop-down event this
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6th.

All drinks will be sold on a “pay as you wish” basis as long as supplies last.

Please check their website for updates and bookings in the coming weeks.”

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courtesy Sweet Science Coffee

bourbon coffee
4200 Wisconsin Ave, NW

Tenleytown is on a roll, relatively. Next up is Bourbon Coffee coming to the corner of Wisconsin and Veazey St, NW next to the Sullivan’s Toy Store. I’m told they could open up as early as this week if all goes well. Bourbon Coffee currently has locations in Foggy Bottom and on Capitol Hill.

Their website says:

“Bourbon Coffee first opened its doors in Kigali, Rwanda in 2007, and has expanded to eight different locations across Rwanda and the United States. We are an international brand of specialty coffee, and the first retail brand to originate from Africa. Our stores are built around the philosophy of producing coffee from “crop to cup” – while sharing our coffee with the world, we are also promoting sustainable practices, economic development, cultural unity, and helping to reshape the global image of Rwanda and its economic development and culture.”

Awesome – and a great addition to the neighborhood.

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This building is located at 1665 Wisconsin Avenue, NW. Back in August 2013 I professed my love for The Bean Counter and their back patio.

The property listing says:

“Prime commercial area – commercial + residential zoning (C-2A), very deep lot with potential for significant expansion possibilities – currently successful coffee shop/restaurant – great income potential, second floor living room, full bath and bedroom/storage room, approved plans/permit for expansion convey but need to be updated, transfer of business license is option, sold AS-IS.”

You can see more photos here.

It’s listed at $895,000.