Chinatown CoWorking at Capitol One Cafe

This is a past event

9 people went

Chinatown in Washington DC

7th & H St NW · Washington, DC

How to find us

Depending on how many people RSVP, we like the back area by the screen where we can push two tables together to have 8 people and outlets, or the front round tables for 4 people (and no outlets).

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Capital One Café, 732 7th St NW, Washington, DC 20001

We're back again at our favorite spot. Please be sure to give a warm welcome and thank you to new hosts Arielle (morning) & Matina (afternoon). (We'd also love another early morning host.)

Some additional info if you've never been: Expect free wifi, outlets, Peet's Coffee® & locally baked treats. Capital One cardholders get 50% off beverages. You can also bring your own food. A power strip could be helpful, come with a full battery just in case. If you need to have a phone call, there may be two huddle rooms available (first come first serve so they may be occupied).

As mentioned, this is currently one of our favorite spots. If the RSVPs are full, feel free to put yourself on the waitlist and check back before the event to see if there are cancellations. (There's always cancellations.) If you're signed up and know you won't make it, please consider making the spot available for the others by the evening before. We're also asking folks to rsvp with the times they're expecting to attend so that we know how many seats to save when.


If you are taking the metro to get here, the easiest exit to go to is the 7th and H St exit (there should be a big neon sign above the exit). The cafe is only a few steps from the 7th and H St metro exit.


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