Peet’s shows off coffee varieties with ‘Slow Bar’
Peet’s Coffee & Tea debuted its first in-store Slow Bar Monday with the opening of a new unit in Washington, D.C.’s Georgetown neighborhood.
The four-seat Slow Bar displays various coffee beans and brewing methods, such as press pot, pour over and siphon.
The 2,000-square-foot location on M Street features two stories of public space and expands the brand’s East Coast footprint.
“The Georgetown store evolves our design,” Paul Clayton, Peet’s president of retail, told Nation’s Restaurant News Tuesday. “It does a better job of telling the Peet’s story, how we are unique and how we are different from many of