Friday, February 3, 2017

The Hilltop on Sherman now hosting Small Chop pop-up cafe with coffee, pastry and kolaches on weekday mornings, weekends to come

More coffee! The Hilltop, the newish restaurant and bar at Sherman and Girard, is now hosting Small Chop, a cafe pop-up with coffee and espresso, pastries and kolaches, a Central European via Texas pastry filled with fruit, meat or other ingredients.

They look pretty awesome: the other day they posted about a migas variety, the Tex-Mex dish with 
scrambled egg, onion, cheddar, peppers and Tortilla chips.

Right now they're open 7am-2pm on weekdays but Small Chop's Twitter says weekends are to come.

Hilltop is a nice spot, I feel like it would make for a cozy breakfast or lunch as well.


  1. Seems like a cool concept! They should check out 14th around Little Cocos/Taqueria Habanero/Mezcalero Cocina/RedDerby/Lyman's for a potential future brick and mortar. The stretch is dying for a cool coffee shop like this.

  2. Ditto to the comment above. Qualia coffe is literally the only option in Southern Petworth/North Columbia Heights. They also have like six chairs total. No thanks.

    The neighborhood has been begging for a legit coffee house/roastery. I don't know why it hasn't happened yet, but upper 14th St is exploding right now. Large Housing Developments? Check. Restaurants? Check. Bars? Check. Tons of people? Check.

    Coffee? Nothing!

    La Colombe or Compass Coffee would absolutely dominate.

  3. Keep on writing, great job!


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