Takoma Bev. Co., Lost Sock Coffee Roasters Once Again Named to Eater’s “Must-Try Coffee Shops Around D.C.” List

Local and national media continue to praise the quality and diversity of the area’s restaurant scene.

Takoma Bev. Co. in Takoma Park, previously praised by The Washington Post’s Tom Sietsema, is once again included in Eater’s “Must-Try Coffee Shops Around D.C.“ list:

The all-day coffee shop and bar from two Northside Social alums brought pour-overs, rotating art exhibits, and mixed drinks to downtown Takoma Park in 2017. The popular cafe has since doubled its seat count by growing into the space next door. A custom espresso machine built for the restaurant is fed a strict diet of Counter Culture Coffee, and a front counter with a white quartz top features a display case stocked with pastries and other impulse buys. Open daily from 7:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. with cocktails, beer, and wine, too. Place orders online here.

The Takoma Bev. Co. team has expanded its reach, opening Zinnia in Silver Spring and Soko Butcher in Takoma Park.

Lost Sock Coffee Roasters, located across from Donut Run in Old Takoma, is also featured:

Lost Sock Roasters opened its first retail shop in 2021. It’s narrow, yet comfortable storefront in Takoma serves pour-overs showcasing beans from Ecuador and other South American countries as well as toasts, cheesy pan de yuca, and Argentine-style empanadas. The small-batch coffee company could be found long before opening its first shop, selling brewed coffee at Call Your Mother and A Baked Joint, among other places. It recently added a chic outpost inside Dupont’s Phillips Collection. View menu here.

Lost Sock was a finalist in the Best Coffee Shop and Best Empanada categories in the Washington City Paper’s Best of D.C. Reader’s Poll.

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