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