Philz Coffee Closes Permanently in Bethesda

Philz Coffee, located at 7247 Woodmont Avenue in Bethesda, has closed permanently, according to the company website. The coffee shop is also listed as “permanently closed” on its Facebook page. Philz Coffee opened its Bethesda location in December of 2018. DC Area locations in Adams Morgan, Navy Yard, and Ballston remain open.

More on Philz Coffee: Founded more than 25 years ago by Phil Jaber, Philz Coffee has more than 55 stores across California and the Washington, DC region. With more than 20 unique, customized blends created by Phil, there are four million ways to enjoy Philz Coffee, each handcraft to the customer’s request.

A full service-coffee bar, Philz grinds the coffee beans and upon request mixes in the cream and sugar, making the drinks true “cups of love.” There aren’t lattes, cappuccinos, espressos, or pre-brews and the recommended first cup is “Philz Way” – medium sweet with cream.

Philz also featured tasty treats such as hot breakfast items (Green Chile & Cheese Burrito and Bacon & Cheese Burrito), scones and muffins, cookies and bars, bagels and handmade toast options. They also offer tea, spices, coffee by the pound and gifts.

Philz Coffee’s mission is to “better people’s day”. The company buys the highest quality green beans, donates to Food4Farms and World Coffee Research. Philz also offers opportunities for office coffee programs and is available at grocery stores.

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