Mockingbird Hill Coffee

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Serious Coffee at a Shaw Bar

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Certain things are best if they proceed in an unhurried, even deliberate fashion.

You know, like... coffee.

Rise and shine for Mockingbird Hill Coffee, the graduate-level java program that officially launches tomorrow morning at Derek Brown’s sherry-and-ham bar in Shaw. Here’s what you should know...

You probably haven’t seen this coffee before.
Of the 10 to 15 coffees available per day from around the world, a few will be from roasters from places like Oslo and Copenhagen—stuff that you can’t usually find in the US.

You probably haven’t seen it served like this, either.
Order a pour-over and you’ll get it in a small carafe, with a whiskey glass on the side. Order one of the four themed flights, and they’ll come in stemless wineglasses. Or do a coffee “cocktail,” like the Kenia Cola, with coffee, sugar, bitters and soda.

They’re launching a new daytime menu.
As long as you’re getting coffee soda, might as well pair it with their new Spanish small plates, like poached egg and chorizo over bread, or white gazpacho.

White is the new orange.


Mockingbird Hill Coffee
1843 7th St NW
(at T St)
Washington, DC, 20001


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