“Tynan is by far my favorite coffee shop in DC (and honestly, ever!)”

14th and Irving St, NW

Thanks to Herbert for sending:

“When I move into a neighborhood, I really try to become a part of the community. My favorite thing to do is find coffee shops to try out and meet the staff. Before I moved to Columbia Heights, I visited a bunch of coffee shops.

Tynan is by far my favorite coffee shop in DC (and honestly, ever!), and holds an incredibly special place in my heart because it was the first place I dined indoors and sat into work after being fully vaccinated. The staff are incredibly friendly (shoutout to John, Leti, and Maria!),

their food is great (especially their power bagel, love bullfrog bagels and the BMT and grown-up grilled cheese), and I love their homemade syrups for lattes.

The staff is so personal, I brought my parents to the coffee shop and introduced them to the owner. It’s a lovely place, lovely vibe, favorite coffee, and super convenient since it’s right next to the west entrance of the Columbia Heights metro. It’s my go-to local coffee shop, and I can’t praise it or recommend it enough!”

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