Mockingbird Hill tried to convince D.C. workaholics to "slow down and smell the coffee" on weekday mornings, the Washington Post's Tim Carman reports, but the experiment didn't quite take. So instead of altering their pour-over coffee program or offering it in — egads — a to-go cup, Mockingbird Hill now will only offer coffee on the weekends.
"We think it’s a really special program. We’re not going to try to squeeze it into the morning commute," Mockingbird Hill's Derek Brown told the Post.
So as of now, Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. will be the only chance to try Mockingbird Hill's coffee, sourced from farflung locales like Norway and Denmark.