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Teaism at Dupont Circle in Washington D.C.

Cafe / Restaurant
Louder Noise
Few Plugs

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee n/a
Tea variety of whole-leaf teas
Food bento boxes, entrees, breakfast, soups, side dishes, desserts
Seating Capacity 36
Outside Seating 8
Group Space Little to None
Types of Seating Small tables
Keywords Has Food, Outdoor Seating, Natural Light, Has Power
Web www.teaism.com/restaurant-details-41.html  

Pro Tips

The space is plain with little art on the walls. Many tables are close together, so you can overhear conversations very easily. As such, not a great place for meetings. It has a slightly Eastern feel upstairs. Outdoor area consists of benches with some grass, creating a park feel in a small space. Tea selection is phenomenal. No WiFi. No coffee. Bring noise cancelling headphones on the weekends.


  • I can’t confirm no power outlets. Also they encourage a KISSAKO policy which means in Japanese “Eat, drink and go”. Should be okay to be able to work a few hours if not busy.

  • This place has NO POWER.

    The wifi pass is “ABCD1996”

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