10 Coffee Shops to Visit in Atlanta, GA

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Whether you’re overdue for switching up your go-to WFH coffee shop or you’re on a quest to try a new spot every weekend, we’ve compiled a quick-fire list of Atlanta coffee shops to have on hand. Explore at your own risk; we may or may not have handpicked the best of the best when it comes to coffee and bites. Treat yourself.

East Pole (Armour Yards, Poncey-Highland)

A single-location establishment no more! East Pole opened a second coffee bar in Poncey-Highland this summer. Home to some of the best beans in the city, East Pole does it right; from your standard cappuccino to a seasonal sip, you’re sure to be hooked. 

Photo: @eastpolecoffeeco

Le Bon Nosh (Buckhead)

Broadly recognized as Atlanta’s most Instagrammable all-day café and wine market, Le Bon Nosh is as gorgeous as it is satisfying. Best of both worlds = achieved.  

Photo: @lebonnosh

Little Tart Bakeshop (Grant Park, Summerhill, Krog)

On the hunt for a French-ish neighborhood bakery? Little Tart will ensure you leave with a pastry (or two) in hand.

Photo: @littletartbakeshop

Muchacho (Reynoldstown)

Situated smack in the middle of the hustle and bustle of Memorial Drive, Muchacho’s rise to fame includes a blue matcha drink for the ages. Go for the matcha, stay for the breakfast tacos.

Photo: @muchachoatl

The Chastain (Chastain Park)

Quite literally nestled in the heart of the Chastain Park neighborhood, The Chastain is an idyllic spot to grab a latte and a bite to eat after a stroll through the park. 

Photo: @thechastainatl

Black Coffee ATL (Castleberry Hill)

Do you take your coffee with a shot of culture? That’s the name of the game at this independent coffee bar serving up handcrafted espresso drinks + coffee-infused cocktails in Castleberry Hill!

Photo: @blackcoffeeatl

Fellows Cafe (Roswell)

Homey, historic, and all things delectable….Fellows Cafe is truly a destination café for easy, slow, enjoyable mornings. 

Photo: @fellowscafe

Rosie’s Cafe (East Point, Northside Drive)

Heading into Rosie’s for a coffee feels like walking in the back door of close friend’s. With a commitment to locally sourced, fresh ingredients, Rosie’s Cafe will take care of you like you’re their own. 

Photo: rosiescoffeecafe.com

Just Add Honey Tea Company (Old Fourth Ward)

A good, old-fashioned tea parlor is hard to come by nowadays. Lucky for us Atlantans, we can enjoy a new tea experience at Just Add Honey—“fancy without the fuss”. Revel in the small batch loose leaf tea of your dreams.

Photo: @justaddhoney

Hodgepodge Coffeehouse (East Atlanta Village)

As quirky as it is yummy, Hodgepodge has that local coffee shop feeling you can’t find just anywhere. We highly suggest you grab a “Hodgepodge Popover” with your coffee; think all things seasonal and flavorful baked into a puff pastry. Thank us later. 🙂

Photo: @hodgepodgecoffee

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