1471 P Street, NW
From a press release:
“Blue Bottle Coffee announces the opening of a new cafe in Washington, D.C.’s Logan Circle district. The new cafe will be a place for guests to enjoy drip coffee and espresso, as well as a selection of food, including pastries, toasts and Liège wafels.
WHAT The Grand Opening of Blue Bottle’s Logan Circle cafe is Sunday, July 1. On Saturday, June 30, the cafe will host a Community Day, where the public is invited to enjoy a coffee, on the house. Food and merchandise will also be available for purchase, and all sales will go to the cafe’s community partner, charity: water, a nonprofit organization bringing clean and safe drinking water to people in developing countries.
Guests may also support charity: water by providing donations directly to the organization upon purchases at any Blue Bottle cafe in Washington, D.C.
WHEN Community Day: Saturday, June 30, 9 am-3 pm
Grand Opening: Sunday, July 1
WHERE 1471 P Street NW
HOURS 7am-7pm Monday-Sunday
DESIGN Aesthetics wax and wane over the centuries, but craft and intentionality are always beautiful (if not always in vogue). With its elm trees, copper statues, and Victorian architecture, the residential district of Logan Circle is one of the oldest in Washington, D.C., and it bears its history with stately composure.
We brought this elegance into our Logan Circle cafe. With their finger-jointed, solid ash detailing, these walls manifest the care that goes into every cup of single origin, blend, and espresso coffee served by our world-class baristas. As a work reprieve, or a source of sustenance during a long, blissful day of shopping, park strolling, and getting lost in museums (the National Museum of Women in the Arts is a short walk away), we couldn’t think of a better way to enjoy our coffee.”