Atlanta is bursting with coffee shops, and they seem to be on every block. With so many options, how do you choose? Let us help you –we’ve done the research for you, and come up with our list for the best coffee shops in Atlanta. Here you go.
1. Dancing Goats Coffee Bar
With locations throughout the city, Dancing Goats Coffee Bars serve freshly roasted coffees –including the Dancing Goats variety. Their bold, signature blend -Dancing Goats -has been described as “dark, smooth and sweet with a beautiful floral aroma”. Each Dancing Goat Coffee Bar provides coffee beverages, manual brew bars for single-origin coffees and,of course,locally baked pastries. With their modern design and comfy atmosphere, Dancing GoatsCoffee Bars invite you to grab a cup and a rocking chair and relax for a while. You can visit this coffee bar at their Buckhead, Midtown and Ponce City Market locations.
The Octanebaristas don’t rush your order, they take the time needed to make you that perfect coffee drink, and it will be worth the wait. Octane has been serving coffee to Atlantans for over twelve years. With in-house roasting, these beans are fresh! And, speaking of fresh, they use milk from Sparkman’s Cream Valley, a local dairy farm. Octane has expanded to locations scattered throughout the city, so chances are there is one near you. They have pastries, sandwiches, and desserts as well as great fresh-roasted coffee. Stop by for a quick drink at their location within the Woodruff Arts Center in Midtown, and you won’t want to leave.
With a food menu designed by award-winning Chef Hugh Acheson, Spiller Park’s menu focuses on toasts and granolas. Toast options include Nutter Apple, Jam-n-Lil Moo, and the popular Avocado Toast. Spillerserves fair-trade blends by Four Barrel Coffee (from Latin America, Indonesia and East Africa), and the coffee menu rotates based on seasonality. Come and visit this coffee shop at their Ponce City Market and Toco Hills location.
4. INMAN PERK
Inman Perk has been the go-to neighborhood coffee bar and meeting place in Inman Park and Gainesville for a while now. While gazing at the colorful local art that covers the walls, you can enjoy coffee drinks made from sustainable coffee and fair trade products, and munch on delicious pastries and desserts. Part of the historic Inman Park fabric –visit this coffee shop to experience a colorful, historic Atlanta neighborhood while enjoying some great coffee (and dessert).
5. BRASH Coffee Roasters
This coffee house is unlike any coffee house you ever visited. Fully invested in building and maintaining relationships with both their customers and the farmers they partner with,you can trust that BRASHhas diligently roasted and prepared every single cup of coffee in order to create a truly delicious drink. Whether you’re working or enjoying time with friends, visit BRASHfor aromatic coffees and a unique atmosphere. Find this coffee house at both their Buckhead and West Midtown locations.
6. Condesa Coffee
You can find this café and espresso bar in both the Old Fourth Ward and in Downtown Atlanta. When you visit Condesa Coffee, you can expect to not only indulge in deliciously crafted coffees, cocktails, and teas but sourced beers and wines, as well as outstanding food items, ranging from homemade granola, crispy liege waffles to ham and pesto grilled cheese sandwiches. Regardless if you’re looking to grab your morning cup of coffee, a delicious breakfast or a cocktail with friends after work, you won’t regret visiting Condesa Coffee. It’s definitely one of the best coffee shops in Atlanta.
7. Java Vino Coffee and Wine House
This coffee and wine house source many of its delicious coffee blends from Selva Negra Coffee Estate, their personal farm in Nicaragua. Not only can you enjoy a cup of deliciously roasted coffee from the coffee house itself, but you can find it in restaurants, grocery stores and even other coffee houses. However, if you would rather sip on a glass of wine, don’t worry, because Java Vinois is known for that as well! The coffee and wine house also serves food and offers events throughout the year, including wine tastings. Come and experience JavaVino for yourself and see if it tops your list of favorite coffee shops! You can visit Java Vino at their location in Poncey-Highlands.
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