Washington, DC

by Prince Of Petworth December 4, 2018 at 10:22 pm 0


1101 Connecticut Ave, NW photo by Anna Meyer Photo

From a press release:

“Since landing in D.C. last fall, Gregorys Coffee has quickly become a local favorite, and will expand on December 5 to its fourth Washington location at 1101 Connecticut Avenue, NW.

To celebrate the latest 1,200-square foot outpost and to thank D.C.’s growing army of “Gregulars,” guests will enjoy a free 12-ounce drink (including drip coffee, cold brew, espresso, cortados, cappuccinos and lattes) on December 5 followed freebies and treats for the rest of the week. (more…)

by Prince Of Petworth November 17, 2017 at 9:30 am 0


Vermont and K Street, NW

I told you this season of Coffee Wars was the best!! Thanks to Ken for sending the Gregorys Coffee update:

“They are very close to opening and have announced they will open on Monday, Nov. 20th at 6 am!”

With multiple locations in New York City, Gregorys  website says:

“At Gregorys, we believe that respect for our coffee and respect for our customers go hand in hand. So we take freshly roasted beans grown by skilled, dedicated farmers all over the world and prepare them for you in a way that will fit your needs without sacrificing the quality of the coffee. Grab one of delicious blends and run. Watch us pull you a shot of our one-of-a-kind espresso, with or without some expertly steamed and poured milk. Sit down with one of our single origin coffees and appreciate how its complex flavor changes as it cools. Whatever pace you’re going at, our friendly and skilled baristas will make sure that both your coffee and your experience are absolutely wonderful.”

by Prince Of Petworth August 4, 2017 at 11:15 am 0


1030 19th Street, NW

Thanks to Dana for sending. Yesterday we learned a Gregorys Coffee was also coming to Vermont and K St, NW. Looks we got a new coffee playa in town.

With multiple locations in New York City, Gregorys  website says:

“At Gregorys, we believe that respect for our coffee and respect for our customers go hand in hand. So we take freshly roasted beans grown by skilled, dedicated farmers all over the world and prepare them for you in a way that will fit your needs without sacrificing the quality of the coffee. Grab one of delicious blends and run. Watch us pull you a shot of our one-of-a-kind espresso, with or without some expertly steamed and poured milk. Sit down with one of our single origin coffees and appreciate how its complex flavor changes as it cools. Whatever pace you’re going at, our friendly and skilled baristas will make sure that both your coffee and your experience are absolutely wonderful.”

Previously:

by Prince Of Petworth August 3, 2017 at 10:45 am 0


1100 Vermont Ave, NW

Ken reports:

“There has been some work going on in 1100 Vermont for sometime but wasn’t sure what it was. Well, today I walked by and they were putting up signs. It’s a Gregorys Coffee chain from NYC. I think this is their first foray into DC.”

If it is the NYC Gregorys their website says:

“At Gregorys, we believe that respect for our coffee and respect for our customers go hand in hand. So we take freshly roasted beans grown by skilled, dedicated farmers all over the world and prepare them for you in a way that will fit your needs without sacrificing the quality of the coffee. Grab one of delicious blends and run. Watch us pull you a shot of our one-of-a-kind espresso, with or without some expertly steamed and poured milk. Sit down with one of our single origin coffees and appreciate how its complex flavor changes as it cools. Whatever pace you’re going at, our friendly and skilled baristas will make sure that both your coffee and your experience are absolutely wonderful.”

by Prince Of Petworth January 29, 2018 at 10:25 am 0


1028 19th Street, NW

This is crazy, a reader reports on Saturday:

“Another casualty on 19th St between K and L. They’re packing it up today.”

This Bold Bite only opened back in October. This space is also formerly home to a Red Robin and Boloco burritos.

A call to the store immediately goes to a “user not available” message. The location is still listed on their website. Did anyone happen to notice if they were open this morning?

STAY TUNED.

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