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Pancake Social at Ponce City Market will have 8 types of pancakes, plus healthier fare
Set to open in Ponce City Market in November, Pancake Social will be a community-oriented, all-day breakfast spot offering eight types of pancakes (including sourdough and whole grain), plus other fresh brunch and lunch items.
Empire builder: Revelator Coffee Company
The fast-expanding Birmingham, Alabama–based roaster hasn’t put its name above any of the Octane coffee shops it acquired in April, but its products are on the shelves.
10 things about Atlanta that Baby Driver got wrong
Don’t get me wrong, filmed-in-ATL Baby Driver deserves its glowing reviews and big box office. But why didn't Edgar Wright pay just a little more attention to the details about Atlanta?
What will happen when Octane Coffee becomes Revelator?
Last week, coffee lovers were surprised when Birmingham-based Revelator Coffee Co. announced its intent to purchase Octane Coffee, the local chain that sparked Atlanta's love affair with coffeehouses. What does that mean for Octane's fans?
Octane Coffee to expand to Woodruff Arts Center in October
One of Atlanta's favorite coffee companies is coming to Midtown. Come October, Octane is opening in a 1,100-square-foot, L-shaped space along the courtyard green between the Woodruff Arts Center and High Museum of Art.
David Sweeney, Paul Calvert, and Sarah O’Brien to host Thankful Harvest Supper
Paper Plane’s Paul Calvert, David Sweeney (previously of the Bakery at Cakes & Ale and Dynamic Dish), and the Little Tart Bakeshop’s Sarah O’Brien are hosting a Thankful Harvest Dinner at Octane Coffee in Grant Park November 16. Benefiting the Grant Park Farmers Market, the event will be a German-themed four-course meal with beverage pairings.
Octane Coffee & The Little Tart Bakeshop
The second location for the city’s premiere java slingers and a bakery start-up that first earned loyalists at local farmers markets share a space in the back of Grant Park’s Jane building across from Oakland Cemetery.
Square Infiltrates Atlanta
In November 2012, Starbucks announced that 7,000 stores around the country would begin using Square, a mobile payment system. Since then, many coffee drinkers have enjoyed the perks that come with it, including the ability to pay using their cell phone and easy tracking of loyalty rewards. But it’s not only national chains that are adopting this technology; local businesses like High Road Craft Ice Cream & Sorbet and Octane’s PocketBar say they’re saving money and enhancing the customer experience by using Square to process credit card transactions.