Financial advisers say that cutting your coffee habit could save hundreds of dollars.
You say, good point, but you’re just as likely to cut off your leg.
So cozy up with a steaming mug at Tynan, a new tea and coffeehouse in Columbia Heights.
Grab a spot around the stone-stacked fireplace or people-watch in banquettes near the large front window. The come-as-you-are vibe is perfect for chitchat or Wi-Fi work sessions.
Temper your sins by buying local: D.C. grower/roaster Orinoco provides the extensive collection of coffee (blends, lattes, and seasonal brews) and teas. Or take them further with a well-edited selection of wine and beer.
Breakfast Danishes, bagels, dinner salads, daily soups, and quiche make for all-day vittles.
And yet another reason to put your money where your mouth is.
Tynan Coffee & Tea, 1400 Irving Street NW, between 14th Street and Hiatt Place (202-299-0811 or tynancoffeeandtea.com).