“Peregrine Espresso Celebrates Twelve Year Anniversary with Free Coffee” Wednesday (9/9)

660 Pennsylvania Ave, SE courtesy Peregrine

From Peregrine:

“This week, Peregrine Espresso marks twelve years of serving fine coffee to the residents of the District of Columbia. To celebrate this milestone, all Peregrine Espresso locations will be serving complimentary drip and iced coffee all day Wednesday, September 9.

In additional, all bags of retail coffee beans will be $2 off in shops, through joe app, and online for shipping or local delivery.

First opening on Labor Day weekend in 2008, Peregrine Espresso has been known as a standard-bearer for quality specialty coffee ever since. Peregrine was one of the first progressive coffee bars in DC, distinguishing itself by being the first coffee bar in DC to offer an extensive menu of coffees brewed fresh via pourover and also to incorporate seasonal specials on their menu. Peregrine Espresso has been recognized nationally by outlets such as Food and Wine, Bon Appetit, USA Today and The Daily Meal.

Owner of Peregrine Espresso, Ryan Jensen, says, “We are so proud to have served DC for twelve years. Even in a year that has brought so much rapid change, our customers are helping us to keep our doors (windows!) open and the coffee brewing.”

About Peregrine Espresso

Peregrine EM (660 Pennsylvania Ave, SE) 7am-2pm; Sat-Sun 8am-3pm

Peregrine Union Market (1309 5th St NE): Mon-Sun 8am-3pm

Peregrine @ the Pug (1234 H St NE): Mon-Sat 8am-1pm; Sundays off

At Peregrine Espresso, our mission is to serve the highest quality coffee with excellent service and outstanding education while implementing honest and sustainable business practices. Founded in 2008, Peregrine has three DC locations at 660 Pennsylvania Ave SE on Capitol Hill, 1309 5th St NE inside Union Market, and a pop-up in The Pug at 1234 H St NE. In 2017, founders Ryan and Jill Jensen also launched sibling roasting company, Small Planes Coffee, near the National Arboretum at 2400 T St NE in DC.”

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