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Brash Coffee Roasters to debut cocktails at new Junction Krog District location

Brash Coffee Roasters, the homegrown coffee co. known for strong brews in petite spaces, is opening its fifth location in Atlanta—this one in the new Junction Krog District near Krog Street Market. Slated to launch in May, it will reside in a shipping container-like kiosk just off the Eastside Trail of the BeltLine. Unlike other Brash locations, this one will serve alcohol. Its specialty will be an espresso martini made with freshly roasted Brash beans, of course.
The verdict on 3 new Atlanta food and drink spots: Rwby, El Malo, and Finca to Filter

The verdict on 3 new Atlanta food and drink spots: Rwby, El Malo, and Finca to Filter

A Mediterranean gem opens in Midtown, a bar specializing in agave and rum opens in Reynoldstown, and O4W gets a new coffee shop.
Ark Coffeehaus brings coffee and seasonal pastries to Dunwoody

Ark Coffeehaus brings coffee and seasonal pastries to Dunwoody

The coffee shop resides in a blink-and-you-might-miss-it strip mall at 4448 Tilly Mill Road, near the intersection of Peachtree Boulevard. The name refers to the refuge that coffee shops provide. “As we were building in 2020, that's what we wanted the space to be,” says co-owner Priscilla Wells. “And now even more so when people are still getting used to being out again and finding community all over, it means so much more now to us to know that it's a place of refuge for our local community.”

Duluth’s Coffee That Matters gives back with every cup

Phoenix Roasters, the coffee company known for its direct-from-the-farm beans, has long been providing caffeine to shops around metro Atlanta. On August 14, it will open its own shop, specializing in “roasting the best coffee in the world that’s doing the best for the best coffee communities around the world,” says founder and CEO Brian Holland.

The Salty opens serving strawberry shortcake doughnuts and maple brown sugar cold brew

The Salty features eight to 10 doughnut flavors at each location at a time, in addition to other baked goods. Flavors vary by location and rotate every few weeks. Expect a brioche-based glazed, vanilla cake-based brown butter sea salt, cookie butter cake doughnuts, white chocolate chai, and strawberry shortcake doughnuts.

Three Peaches brings dairy-free gelato and superfood lattes to Piedmont Park

Kendra Bauser started Three Peaches in 2018 after training at a health-focused gelateria in Sicily. She opened a small counter at the Municipal Market on Edgewood Avenue in 2020, where she sells pre-packaged dairy free and vegan gelato, as well as superfood lattes and vegan baked goods. Her goal is to expand at the Piedmont Park location, scooping gelato to order and offering additional dairy-free goodies.
Junkman’s Daughter owner to open Virginia-Highland coffee shop this summer

Junkman’s Daughter owner to open Virginia-Highland coffee shop this summer

The Junkman’s Daughter owner Moss Mills and partner Ashley Saunders are opening a coffee, dessert, and gift shop in Virginia-Highland. Called Ash Coffee, it will replace Blabla Kids on the corner of Virginia Avenue and Rosedale Drive, in a primarily residential section of the neighborhood. Slated to open in July, it will serve traditional coffee drinks, as well as Asian-inspired beverages, baked goods, and more.

An Italian pasticceria and bakery is coming to the Forum Peachtree Corners

Named after the owners’ grandmother, Giulia will serve house-made bread, croissants, sandwiches, focaccia, and crostatina (small cakes), as well as Illy coffee drinks. Located in the Forum, Giulia is targeting a summer opening.
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Mend Coffee & Goods aims to create an accessible community space for people with disabilities

Mend Coffee & Goods is designed to be a place for the inter-ability community to convene, work, and socialize. It comes from Jay and Katherine Wolf, the founders of disability nonprofit Hope Heals, and will serve Opo coffee drinks—think espresso, drip, nitro, cold brew lattes—and kombucha on tap, plus breakfast and pastries.
Dope Coffee fuses java with hip-hop

Dope Coffee fuses java with hip-hop

Coffee and hip-hop, they're one and the same,” says co-owner and chief marketing officer Stace Loyd. “It’s notes, it's flavor wheels, the same as you have a note scale. You punch in an MPC pad, it's the same as dialing a roast in, EQing, it's the exact same thing.”

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