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As a coffee enthusiast, John Onwuchekwa saw parallels to the supply chain in the $225 billion coffee industry: Black and brown folk at the southernmost end literally growing the coffee, yet further “up the supply chain,” predominantly white ownership of brands selling $18 pounds of specialty coffee in a store.
"I want this to be a place that people can come for help, guidance, and just for quiet time," says owner Jason Waller, who hopes that his new Decatur shop can serve not only as a music venue and place to grab a cup of coffee, but also a place to promote positive conversations around mental health issues.
Café at Pharr owner Johnny Liu is opening a coffee, breakfast, and lunch spot called Cultivate on the Westside. Located on Howell Mill Road near Collier, Cultivate will serve Southern cuisine “with a lot of flair.”
Hazel Jane’s, a new wine and coffee bar from a former Staplehouse sommelier, will serve more than 100 wines
Hazel Jane’s Wine & Coffee is designed to be an everyday hangout—for downing a cup of joe, grabbing a quick lunch or weekend brunch, or lingering over small plates and a bottle of wine in the evening.
Starbucks's Pumpkin Spice Latte might be the king of fall drinks, but there are plenty of local fall drinks worthy of sipping this season. Even if it's not warm enough to pull on sweaters and scarves, you can curl up with a maple syrup latte or hot apple cider. Here's a few of our picks.
Barrie Sanders developed the coffee program at Sandy Springs video game bar Battle and Brew. Now, she's taking her nerd-themed coffees and teas out to events and markets across Atlanta.
Tucked away among the homes just north of Marietta Square, walk-up coffee shop Sessions Stand offers espresso, danishes, whole wheat croissants, even bouquets of flowers.
Opening in Larkin on Memorial in Grant Park, Full Commission promises to be a lot of things to a lot of people: A coffee shop, a breakfast spot, a Southern gastropub, a late-night spot, and a weekend brunch destination, “fusing cocktail, coffee, and food cultures together,” says owner David Traxler.
Food Network star and self-described coffee curmudgeon Alton Brown started drinking coffee in grade school. Where in Atlanta can a coffee purist find shops that care about their beans without unwittingly subjecting its guests to a Portlandia sketch? Brown and another outspoken coffee evangelist, Jason Dominy, who previously worked with Batdorf & Bronson, spill the beans.