We started out in 1999 with a firm belief that there’s a better way to do things. A better way to work. With clients. And with each other. Though what we do has expanded as we’ve grown, that belief hasn’t changed one bit.
Facts & Confessions of the 36 Spots.
I didn’t learn to ride a bike until I was 15.
I was the lead singer in an indie-punk band.
69% of Spots take public transportation to work
16 Spots have contributed to Wikipedia
6 Spots speak a language other than English, Spanish, or French
DIY is in our DNA
Threespot’s founders were in two different post-punk DC bands (one of which people have actually heard of). As a company, we’ve always embraced the punk-inspired, do-it-yourself ethos. So collaborating, working hard, and thinking on our feet is who we are, and who we’ve always been.
Birthplace of the Gin Rickey, the drinking straw, and Threespot.
For as long as we’ve had an office, we’ve been committed to doing business in Washington, DC. We settled in Chinatown because it is easy for our employees and our clients to reach by car, bike, foot, or Metro.
Threespot World HQ
3 spots for parking
901 F St NW (Between G & F)
8th St NW (Between G & H, right side heading south)
7th St NW (Between I & K, right side heading south)
- Atlantic Parking
3 spots for coffee
800 7th St NW
Chinatown Coffee Co
475 H St NW
Dangerously Delicious Pies
675 I St NW
3 spots for eats
705 6th St NW
Hill Country Barbecue
410 7th St NW
453 K St NW
3 spots for beer
Lost & Found
1240 9th St NW
810 7th St NW
District of Pi
910 F St NW
- Lost & Found