Soho Tea & Coffee

Byline: Maria F.

Overall Experience(s): 🙂

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What You Want to Know: This coffeeshop located in the heart of Dupont is convenient place right on the corner 21st & P street, only a short, two-block walk from the Dupont metro station. It is a comfortable place to sit down and do work, with a variety drink choices. They are known for having delicious breakfast sandwiches, fancy lattes served in mason jars, and interesting wall art!

 

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This place definitely has a good vibe for studying but sometimes the wifi can be spotty.

 

Quality of Beverages and Food: 🍴🍴🍴🍴

Their menu is not as big as some other shops in the district, but I believe in quality over quantity. They have an array of lattes ranging from a dirty chai to a “Bahama Mama”. Lattes are reasonably priced too! Also, their breakfast menu is all the rave, but beware, it can get busy in the morning.

 

Overall Rating: ☕️☕️☕️☕️

This place is definitely somewhere that you should stop by whether you live or just stopping by the District. The shop is cluttered with two-person tables, art, and other trinkets. The staff is friendly and approachable. I enjoyed the house blend because it wasn’t too strong but there were other flavors available if you prefer a darker roast. There is a painting of a large red-dog with words on it’s collar that read, “Keep it simple”. This painting encapsulates the overall vibe of the shop: simple yet unique. The overall atmosphere was warm and comfortable–a place for conversation, creativity, and most importantly, coffee.

 

Location:  2150 P Street NW, Washington, D.C. 20037

Facebook:  Soho Tea & Coffee

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