Tryst Coffee Washington DC

Tryst Coffee Washington DC

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Tryst Coffee Washington DC Cute little shop in a bustling area of Adams Morgan. Great place to grab a coffee and pastry. I enjoyed placing the animal crackers in the coffee like they were swimming. Love it. Next pastry will be the spinach feta croissant

  • Name : Tryst Coffee Washington DC
  • Worktime : Coffee
  • Type :, 7:00 AM – 9:00 PM 
  • Assessment : 4.5
  • Prices : $$
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Tryst Coffee Washington DC  Address :

2459 18th St NW, Washington, DC 20009،

Tryst Coffee Washington DC Phone number :

+12022325500

Tryst Coffee Washington DC

Tryst Coffee  Menu:

Tryst Coffee Menu

 

Tryst Coffee Menu

Tryst Coffee Menu

Tryst Coffee Menu

Visitors’ Comments :

comment 1:

I love exploring cafes when I visit new places, my first time in DC last year, I came across this very cute and charming cafe on the 18th street. We came for a light breakfast. Ordered turmeric milk, brownie , butter croissant and I don’t exactly remember the name but it was something coconut pie kind of thing but it was super delicious. I even loved the turmeric milk. We sat outside. Our server was a very pleasant guy. Would definitely recommend this place.

comment 2:

Went here for the first time today, and it was a great experience! The cafe is large and spacious, and the interior is quite charming. This is one of the only cafes I have been to that has table service.i had a dirty chai with almond milk that was delicious! They also put a couple animal crackers on the saucer which was a nice touch. All I need now is a doily! 😊

comment 3:

I had heard good things about Tryst from a few people before finally checking it out myself. I’m a graduate student so I enjoy changing up my working environment. I liked the concept of Tryst. Open seating, shared tables, couches, etc. A spot for every type of coffeehouse-goer. There were also a lot of small groups grabbing brunch so there was a variety of guests here but it worked.

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