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Tysons Coffee Shops: This Week’s Picks

shots of espresso being poured There are so many great places to eat and drink in Tysons that it’s hard to say which ones are “the best.” So we’re highlighting a few at a time. Take a look at our top three coffee shop picks this week and let us know which one is your go-to when you need a pick-me-up!

The Post: Tysons Corner

The Post is a favorite for their extensive menu of espresso drinks and their delivery options, which run from 6 am-12 pm Tuesday through Friday and 8:30 am- 12 pm Saturday and Sunday. (Pre-order deliveries the day before.) But what really makes The Post stand out are the doughnut options from their partner B-Doughnuts. With flavors like the everything bagel with bacon and chocolate creme, you can’t go wrong. They even have vegan doughnuts.

The Post is located at 7902 Tysons One Place, Tysons Corner, with a new location opening soon in Leesburg.


Monday-Thursday: 6 am-8 pm

Friday: 6 am – 9pm

Saturday: 8:30 am- 8 pm

Sunday: 8:30 am- 6 pm

Caffè Amouri: Vienna, VA

This Washington DC small-batch roaster has a community-centered coffeeshop location in Vienna, VA. And when we say community-minded, we mean they believe in actually talking to the people around you instead of scrolling through your social feeds. (What we’re trying to say is, there’s no WiFi.) Instead, you can play games, listen to live music, and learn through “Penny University,” which is a throwback to 18th-century coffeehouses. And, of course, there’s delicious coffee to accompany all of these community-centered activities and events.

Caffè Amouri is located at 107 Church St. NE in Vienna.


Monday-Thursday 6 am-9 pm

Friday and Saturday: 6 am-10 pm

Sunday: 6 am – 8 pm

Crepes and Karak Cafe: Vienna, VA

Perfect for those who love crepes with their coffee, Crepes and Karak Cafe in Vienna has great coffee, crepes, chai, tea, lunch, and brunch. What really makes them stand out is their specialty Karak Chai. This drink originated in South Asia and is popular in Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and the UAE. It’s made from a blend of loose black tea, milk, and spices like cardamom and saffron that are boiled together on a low flame. It comes unsweetened.

Crepes and Karak Cafe is located at 280 Cedar Ln SE, Vienna, VA, 22180.


Sunday-Thursday: 8 am – 9 pm

Friday and Saturday: 8 am – 10 pm

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