Caffeine Near 301 H Street Condos

CCRE’s latest building project, 301 H Street Condos are due to be completed in the fall of this year. Realtors often emphasize location as an important part of your purchase decision. Here at CCRE, we build in desirable locations that enhance your lifestyle.
301 H Street is (maybe obviously) located on the H Street Corridor and offers convenient access to the popular U Street Corridor.

The Washington Post blog cites the H Street corridor as the home to “dance, cutting-edge art, and even a kid-friendly wine bar” and chronicle the positive changes the area has experienced over the years. Skip the babysitter! Fritz Halen and Stephanie Merry provide a list of their favorite H Street hotspots. Check it out here:
http://www.washingtonpost.com/gog/best-bets/h-street,90517.html

However, that is far from all that H Street has to offer. Here are some of our favorite coffee spots in this bustling corridor.

Caffeine is a must for many of us to get through our busy days. These are two coffee shops that are a must visit on H Street. If you purchase at 301 H Street, these could be your new hangouts.

Ebenezer’s Coffee House ~ 201 F Street NE; 0.3 miles away from 301 H Street
At only 0.3 miles away from the property, this could be your new favorite location. They are equipped with free wifi, and host live music Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Come do some work and relax with live music. Not only that, but they have great fair trade coffee! They also serve standard breakfast fare, including bagels and pastries.
Additionally, if you need to host a meeting, Ebenezer’s conveniently rents out its lower level.

Photos courtesy of Linda Shinoda and Ebenezer's Coffee House

Photos courtesy of Linda Shinoda and Ebenezer’s Coffee House

Sidamo Coffee and Tea ~ 417 H Street NE; 0.1 miles away from 301 H Street
Even closer than Ebenezer’s, Sidamo is a less traditional coffee house that serves breakfast and lunch, as well as coffee, tea, and smoothies. Sidamo also offers free wifi. Experience something new and attend their traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremony every Sunday at 2pm.

Photo courtesy of David Gaines

Photo courtesy of David Gaines