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Reviews of Jacob's Coffee House
David posted on 11/12/2009
I live right around the corner and come here almost every day...the coffee and the service is excellent. On warm days, you can sit outside on a large patio. Most of the food is good, except they don't give you alot of chips with your sandwiches. The coffee, especially the iced coffee and the hazelnut, blows away starbucks or dunkin donuts, who dominated the Hill coffee scene. The place seems to be run by a family and friends and they are the nicest, and hardest working, folks.
Mike posted on 08/23/2008
Best in town. Good for breakfast and lunch. Love their panini!
a local posted on 04/21/2008
Jacob's holds the market on coffee shops in the area by default. The closest one is another mile away. The bagels always have only the slightest smidgen of cream cheese. I even paid more to have "extra cream cheese" and was still given only light pasting. The coffee is good. The espresso drinks are watered down and they nickel and dime you for anything "extra". I paid $7.12 for a small vanilla late and a bagel with cream cheese. Hefty price for breakfast at a coffee shop nestled in a DC neighborhood if you ask me.
Monique Holt posted on 03/17/2008
I love cozy coffeehouse! Jacob's Coffeehouse is it! I have been looking for Bubble Tea (a.k.a. Pearl Tea, Tapioca and Boba) in this neighbor and was thrilled to learn that they serve it in variety flavor. My favorite flavor is watermelon. They are so friendly and accessible - they have paper pad and pen ready for Deaf customers to write down their orders. Both TV are open-captioned. If one is unprepared, there are magazines and novels available until one's date shows up. Longer hours is definitely a bonus. Food and drinks are good.
Neighbor posted on 08/16/2007
The only coffee shop around. Foods got really better and owners and employs are friendly. Good services and coffees.
Northeaseter posted on 03/08/2007
Jacob's is far and away the best place to get coffee in the area. The interior is pleasant and friendly, making it a good place to work on a laptop or socialize. There's free wireless internet access. The sandwiches are a little expensive, but the coffee and bagels are normally priced. Fine selection of cakes and muffins.<br />
There's not a lot of room to sit and the tables are small. There are only two sizes of coffee, 20oz and 12oz. Why not a 16. Strange. <br />
Altogether, a great little coffee shop.
northeast local posted on 12/17/2006
Jacob's has recently reopened under new management (hadn't been open for very long before that) and now has longer hours. The espresso drinks are well made. Haven't tried the food other than a donut here and bagel there. The atmosphere is really nice and cozy. Always appears clean and tidy. It's very pleasant to have a coffee shop in the neighborhood!
Don't expect delivery on a game day. I called for a delivery order and this business says we don't deliver because it's a game today! Ummm dumbest rea...
I love this restaurant, the food be fantastic...
The food was very good but not good for a family visit.<br />
I live in NoVa and I come across the bridge to get the pork yat!! Good sized portions and money's worth! ...
clean ,beautiful restaurant. delicious fresh verity food .we go with group ,so we take pizza,pasta,subs,wing,salad ,giro,wrap,falafal,platter and fre...