11 Choice Teleworking Spots
If you just need a change of scenery and a shot of caffeine...
2719 Wilson Blvd, Arlington
If you’re down with the promise of a dedicated workstation, plus Stumptown coffee, empanadas and rows of colorful gelato, head to this Clarendon hive. Boccato was one of the first businesses in Arlington to embrace the co-working concept with its CoWork Café, where a $200 monthly fee grants you access to a cordoned-off section of the dining room with high-speed Internet, private phone booths with Ethernet connections for video conferencing, and plenty of power outlets—plus $50 worth of food and drink credits per month. The eatery also has free seating for regular drop-in customers, but it tends to fill up in the afternoon hours.