Pleasant Pops Farmhouse Mar...

Overall rating: 4.5 stars 2 Reviews
A vegetarian local and seasonal menu of sandwiches, salads and soups with vegan options. Coffee shop and an extensive variety of Mexican style ice pops. Price: Inexpensive more-less
Vegan-friendly, Ovo, Lacto, American, Juice bar, Fast food, Take-out
1781 Florida Ave NW, Ste G (California St NW)
Washington, District Of Columbia 20009
Now Open

Mon 7:30am-7:00pm, Tue-Fri 7:30am-9:00pm, Sat-Sun 8:30am-9:00pm

  • Outdoor seating
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Accepts credit cards


First Review by aner1kind17
  • vegan

Vegetarian Fun on a Bar

Posted on 07 / 10 / 2014

Does eating a popsicle make you think of see-saws, summer picnics, running around until night fall and free spirited fun? Well, eating a popsicle from this joint makes me feel all of that and then some. It's good clean eating - much better for you than a chunk of ice cream. They are obviously vegetarian, but at least half are vegan. When you check out the menu board, they list them as such, so you don't have to ask a million questions about everything you are thinking about trying without eating dairy. Awesome.

I don't know why I didn't make the connection that they have coffee… but they do! As a veg establishment, I figured maybe it'd be ok, but, it was more than ok. It is better than some other local coffeehouses! However, the beans are from MD, so not local DC local, but still local. I like it better than some renowned DC beans, though, so it's all good. Add on soy or almond milk for about $0.68 or was it $0.63?! Get it hot or cold, it's good. Add in syrup and flavoring if you want to, but… the latte with the almond milk is already pre-sweetened. That may be the only down side, but, if you're here, you probably wanted a sugary frozen treat?

Fun items in the cold case like pre-made vegan salads like fennel-orange, farro-based and apple curry quinoa. Also, for those interested……. some local eggs and dairy products are in there, including some pies and yogurts.

Interested in a few random local goods? How about a loaf of Lyon Bakery bread? Maybe some chocolate bars? Don't forget a tshirt or tote bag? Also, a couple vegan baked goods from PA and DC, both of which were peanut and maple-based. Nice to have options, though!

The space is fun and open, people just chilling there on their Macs and laptops, a few conversations, good music, outdoor seating and an expansive window view. The only problem is if you want to try more than one pop…. it might melt on you while you eat one?!

Updated from previous review on Wednesday July 09, 2014
Note: Summer hours are extended later to 10pm Tues. - Sun.!

Pros: Local, All veg, Pretty vegan friendly!
Cons: No entree salad already vegan
  • vegetarian

Best cafe in DC!

Posted on 03 / 03 / 2014

Pleasant Pops is a fantastic community-owned operation in Adams Morgan. The owners Roger and Brian are super friendly and Eco-conscious. Pleasant Pops is technically a kosher restaurant, but due to their love of the environment they not only serve meatless dishes, they also incorporate renewable energy into their energy mix and retail produce from local farms. And they have the best frozen treats in DC (try their Coconut pop!)

Pros: Great menu, Kind owners, Location


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Last updated: 2014/03/02


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