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Siphon Coffee at Vigilante

Vigilante Coffee has upped the coffee game in the D.C. area once again. The Hyattsville coffee shop serves siphon coffee—a brewing technique so old it’s new again and one that’s a treat to watch. Siphon coffee makers look like something Bill … Continue reading

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24-Hour Safeway Opens at University Town Center

The new 24-hour Safeway grocery store opened up earlier this month at University Town Center in Hyattsville, giving residents yet another option. The new 54,000-square-foot center is one of Safeway’s “lifestyle” stores and features a Starbucks coffee bar, a deli and … Continue reading

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Wine Bar Slash Coffeehouse Coming in 2016

College Park will soon get an independent wine bar-slash-coffeehouse from a longtime local business owner. The as-yet-unnamed drink spot will be located at 7131 Baltimore Ave., currently home to College Park Auto Parts, according to the Washington Business Journal: They … Continue reading

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Vigilante Coffee Brings Attention to Hyattsville

Vigilante Coffee has brought new attention to downtown Hyattsville. The coffee roaster, which had its grand opening Saturday, was recently featured in Time magazine’s list of things to do while in Washington, D.C. And its new Hyattsville location got a lengthy … Continue reading

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Why Hyattsville Needs a Coffee Shop

Hyattsville needs a coffee shop. Don’t get us wrong. You can get a cup of joe at Busboys and Poets, Franklin’s, Shagga Ethiopian restaurant, Café Azul, Under the Coconut Tree and even Yes! Organic Market. But a coffee shop is a different … Continue reading

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A Sign of Change at Shagga

Hyattsville’s Shagga Coffee & Restaurant now boasts a new sign, which goes along nicely with all the recent development and renovation down the street in the Arts District. The Ethiopian restaurant was the only eatery in Prince George’s County to make … Continue reading

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