After living in Atlanta, Georgia for two years now and visiting almost every coffee shop this beautiful city has to offer, I am so excited to share a guide to Atlanta coffee shops! Most of these coffee shops are in the city limits of Atlanta, and a couple of the shops are located in the suburbs outside of Atlanta. I am a big fan of specialty coffee shops so most of the locations on this list only focus on coffee (so no restaurants or “cafes”). While some of these coffee shops may not have the best cup of coffee I have ever tried, I am including all of them to showcase good traits and unique characteristics about each one. I will make sure to include which shops I highly recommend you visit under the captions. Keep reading to get a glimpse into all of the incredible coffee shops that are in Atlanta, Georgia!
Atlanta Coffee Shops: Sessions Stand
Sessions Stand is located in Marietta, one of the suburbs in Atlanta, and it is the perfect location for a cozy coffee shop outing. It is nestled right in the middle of a neighborhood, so it does take a minute to find within the neighborhood. There is also very limited parking so please keep that in mind when trying to visit. Sessions Stand is an instagrammer’s dream with the most gorgeous patio, aesthetic decor, European feel, and all the flowers you could dream of. Sessions Stand is essentially a stand, in that the only seating is outdoors. You order at the counter, so try to stop by on a sunny, beautiful day! The coffee here is amazing (they serve Rev Coffee Roasters), and it has easily some of the best tasting coffee on this side of town. Pastries are their specialty when it comes to snacks, and they are all made from scratch daily! They also sell beautiful bouquets from a local florist when possible.
This would probably be on my top 10 list of best coffee shops in Atlanta! The coffee is incredible, the aesthetic is perfect for pictures, the atmosphere is great for outdoor-lovers, and you will never go hungry with their yummy pastries. Some things to consider when visiting are that there is very limited parking (only a couple spots), and it is completely outdoors so you are exposed to all weather elements and bugs/bees.
Atlanta Coffee Shops: East Pole Coffee Co
East Pole Coffee is easily the most popular coffee shop location listed and one of Atlanta locals’ favorites. It has won many awards and been on many lists for the best coffee in Atlanta (rightfully so). They roast and serve their own coffee, and when visiting the shop you can even get a view of the roaster in the back of the shop. East Pole has a clean, modern design with large ceilings and wood and gold accents. Their building is shared with a larger corporate company, so on weekdays this shop is always bustling with the 9 to 5 crowds. On any giving day walking into East Pole, all the parking spots are taken and all the tables are filled, so try to get there early or be prepared to wait for a table. A favorite of local college students, East Pole is one of the best spots to study or use as a co-working space. With light background noise and plenty of outlets, you can order a cup of coffee and sit here for hours working. They also do serve some light pastries as well as seasonal drinks, that are usually super fun and creative and match the season of the year. Also make sure to check out their coffee cuppings, which are free to the public and happen every Saturday at 10 AM. There are limited seats so try to get there early for this fun event.
East Pole Coffee is easily in my list of top three favorite coffee shops in Atlanta. A tried and true favorite, East Pole makes some of the best coffee in the city and with a friendly and knowledgeable staff, great working environment, and a clean aesthetic, this coffee shop in Atlanta cannot be missed.
Atlanta Coffee Shops: Rev Coffee
Rev Coffee Roasters is based out on Smyrna, Georgia, a suburb to the northwest of Atlanta. They are both a roastery and a coffee shop, serving to many of the coffee shops and cafes in the Atlanta area. Repurposed out of a garage, this unconventional neighborhood coffee shop prides themselves in creating a “community” through coffee. With a full lunch menu, Rev Coffee is not a stranger to delicious and fresh food. While limited in parking, Rev boasts an eclectic interior with plenty of tables and a laid back atmosphere.
While not one of my favorite coffee shops in Atlanta, Rev Coffee is perfect for those who want a laid-back, no-fuss coffee shop. It is a great place to find community and connect with the baristas, and Rev is known as one of the biggest coffee wholesalers in Atlanta.
Atlanta Coffee Shops: Spiller Park
For many Atlanta locals, Spiller Park is known for their coffee shop location inside the popular tourist spot, Ponce City Market. Spiller Park does, however, have two locations in Atlanta, one being the Ponce City Market location and the other being a location in Toco Hills, a suburb outside of Atlanta. What once started as a coffee kiosk in a bustling food market has expanded into a brick-and-mortar location. When visiting their location in Ponce City Market, keep in mind it is only a kiosk and there are limited seats available at any given time of day. The Toco Hills location is a great place to stop by with both indoor and outdoor seating (but the number of tables is pretty limited and most tables are 2 seaters only). The Toco Hills location has a menu with select food items, and they are most known for their fun toast options.
While definitely not the best cup of coffee in Atlanta, Spiller Park (in Toco Hills especially) is a great spot for a chill spot to work and/or hang out with friends. The Ponce City Market location is the perfect spot to get some coffee on the go while shopping. It definitely would not be a top favorite for me, but it is a fun spot to try!
Atlanta Coffee Shops: Brash Coffee
Brash Coffee is an Atlanta-based roaster that is slowly taking over the coffee scene in Atlanta by storm. With three locations of Atlanta coffee shops, two in Midtown and one in Buckhead, Brash has proven the power of good coffee and simplistic design when it comes to coffee shops. They pride themselves in developing quality relationships with the farmer and making sure that the entire coffee process honors everyone involved. Their flagship shop, the “Brash box” located in the Westside Provisions District is repurposed shipping containers, showing just how simplistic their designs are. While this location is the flagship spot, parking and seating is limited, but it is the perfect spot to grab coffee before heading to shop in the area. The Buckhead location is actually located inside the Atlanta History Center, with over 1,500 square feet of space. With a full Modbar setup and plenty of tables and seating, this is the perfect spot to sit and work/study for a couple of hours! The Midtown location is their newest location and definitely one of my favorite spots in Atlanta. For this location they partnered with Huge, the leading global experience agency, to create a minimalistic, modern space for coffee lovers in the heart of the business district. With fun tech touches and a clean white space, this location is perfect for a lunch hour while at work or for a weekend morning study time. While bustling during the weekdays, this location has a peaceful, calm atmosphere on the weekend that sets it up as the perfect workspace.
Brash easily has some of the best coffee in all of Atlanta, and each location of Brash delivers on that perfect, consistent cup of coffee. Each location is so unique and has its own perks and downfalls when trying to decide where to go. While the Midtown location (the newest one) is my favorite, I definitely have the Buckhead location at the top of my list of coffee locations I still need to go to in the Atlanta area. But truly you will not miss out when trying Brash Coffee at any of their locations (and make sure to buy a bag of beans too)!
Atlanta Coffee Shops: Peach Coffee Roasters
Peach Coffee Roasters has just about everything you want in a coffee shop. Instagrammable walls, incredible coffee, yummy pastries, friendly staff, and a local touch with everything they do. Located in Johns Creek, one of the many northern suburbs of Atlanta, Peach Coffee gives you all the cozy coffee shop vibes outside the hustle and bustle of the city (and there is plenty of parking). You can even watch your drink being made with their open mod bar setup. In addition to your classic hot coffee beverages, they also serve up cold and hot teas, cold brew, nitro coffee, and an assortment of fresh pastries. While there is only the open bar area and a couple tables as far as seating goes, Peach Coffee Roasters usually isn’t too busy unless it’s on a Saturday morning, so at any given time you should be able to find a table with an outlet. Since they are first and foremost a roastery, you can find all assortments of coffee options when visiting. Pick up a bag of their famous GA 400 espresso medium roast blend (which they are famous for) or their DIY light roast blend to curb all of your coffee cravings at home.
If I had to list in order my favorite Atlanta coffee shops, without a doubt, Peach Coffee Roasters would be one of the top ones on that list. They are changing the standards for how coffee should be made and served in Atlanta. With humble and talented owners and staff, Peach Coffee Roasters will always bring you consistency with their incredible tasting coffee, a fresh beautiful space for working and/or socializing, and all the coffee and equipment you need to brew your own masterpiece at home.
Atlanta Coffee Shops: Revelator Coffee Company
Revelator Coffee Company is a pretty large name in the coffee industry here in Atlanta, Georgia. After acquiring Octane Coffee in 2017, they have expanded to four total locations in the Atlanta area, two of which are focused on dessert options as well as coffee. The main coffee shop locations in Atlanta are Revelator: 101 Marietta and Octane: Westside. Revelator prides itself in building relationships with coffee producers and building cafes that reflect the local community. Revelator: 101 Marietta is located in the heart of downtown Atlanta, just a couple blocks away from Centennial Olympic Park. Revelator has a small coffee bar in the lobby of the business building in Downtown. There are only a couple of seats at this location since it primarily services those working in the building. Octane Coffee: Westside is located in the Westside Provisions District, an upscale retail area with restaurants and shops. This location is a staple in Atlanta for the coffee scene with a decent amount of seating, fun atmosphere, and plenty of college students visiting.
Revelator Coffee Company definitely helps to honor some of the traditional coffee history of Atlanta with the acquisitions of Octane Coffee. They have some absolutely beautiful shops with a modern design, and you are always sure to find one near you.
Atlanta Coffee Shops: Condesa Coffee
Condesa Coffee is located right in Old Fourth Ward, just down the road from Ponce City Market and the Beltline and only a couple blocks away from the Jackson Street Bridge. They are known for serving Counter Culture Coffee, which is a big fan favorite and can be found in some of your favorite stores like Whole Foods. Right in the hustle and bustle of the city, you can find travelers coming through for a quick drip coffee, businessmen and businesswomen taking calls, and the average tourist all in this location getting coffee. They do have a large patio area that offers outdoor seating, which is perfect for bringing your pup along on your coffee adventure. For parking, they do have free parking spots located in the parking garage just around the block. The spots are limited, though, so make sure to get there early to be guaranteed a spot!
While they have some of the prettiest latte art you can find in the city, the beans they use are not always loved by everyone. If you are a fan of Counter Culture Coffee, however, you should definitely make sure to stop by!
Atlanta Coffee Shops: Docent Coffee
Docent Coffee is a literal gem in the heart of the city. Their only location also doubles as their roastery, and because of that, they only open the doors to the public on Sundays. With their location in Edgewood, they are pretty central to a lot of popular areas such as Old Fourth Ward and Grant Park. There is parking on the streets next to the shop, but there is no dedicated parking lot, so make sure you plan accordingly. Docent Coffee works with local artists to partner with and feature their designs on each of their coffee bags that they sell in store and online. They have some very delicious coffee, and the biggest pull to visit this shop is to check out all of the different coffee roasts they offer and the artwork featured on it. The staff is also incredibly friendly. The shop has plenty of seating both indoor and outdoor. You can find you typical coffee shop menu here, but one cool addition they have is their sandwiches, which are all named after famous artists.
This is the perfect place to visit to combine your love of both coffee and art. With a chill atmosphere and amazing coffee, this is a great coffee shop to visit in the city (just make sure it is on a Sunday)!
Atlanta Coffee Shops: Crazy Love Coffeehouse
Crazy Love was founded by a husband and wife team who were looking for the best cup of coffee to go with their Belgian Liege waffles. Their shop is located right in Roswell’s Historic District, on Canton Street. On top of coffee and their famous waffles, they also serve breakfast and lunch options. One of the biggest things that sets apart Crazy Love from other coffee shops is that they are also part retail store, with home decor, books, and tshirts spread throughout the store that you can purchase. While they have plenty of space in their upstairs for seating, they also offer the “Gathering Room” which is downstairs and available to book for $30 an hour on weekdays and $40 hour on Saturdays. This room is on the lower level and can hold 30 people for any type of meeting or event. Their mission is to provide a friendly place to share the love of God and love of coffee. This coffeehouse is a historic home that has been converting to a charming little coffee shop, with all the coziness and comfort of an actual home. WIth large windows to let sunlight in and a big brick fireplace right in the middle of the upper level, this coffeehouse shop offers all the quaint, homey feels that you want in a coffee shop. Parking is limited to just the back gravel lot, which can at times be very busy, so plan accordingly when visiting the shop.
While their coffee is not always my first choice for Atlanta coffee shops, Crazy Love is the perfect place to go to on a weekend night (especially when they have live music) and for several hours to sit with friends on the weekday. This is the perfect place to build community and grow relationships over coffee in a comfy atmosphere. It is also in a convenient location along the most popular road in Roswell, so make sure to stop by next time you are in the area.
Atlanta Coffee Shops: Cold Brew Coffee Bar
Cold Brew Coffee Bar is easily one the most innovative coffee shops in the Atlanta area. With a 14 tap cold brew bar, clean eating food options, keto-friendly drinks, there is truly no coffee shop in Atlanta like it. The coffee shop is operated by Thrive Farmers, which is an organization that works directly with coffee farmers to offer sustainable beans to businesses. They are located in the center of the city off Memorial Drive. They have ample parking located on the second floor of the parking deck next to to the building. There is also more than enough seating, but this coffee bar can get packed at times. With plenty of drink options including drinks on tap, coffee favorites, tea options, frappes, milkshakes, smoothies, you will be sure to find something you love here. They also have plenty of food options such as smoothie bowls, toasts, salads, and sandwiches.
If you are a cold brew lover or really into sustainable farming and agriculture, this is the coffee shop for you. It is without a doubt a creative shop that is really on the forefront of making coffee a sustainable option not only for businesses, but for the farmers as well.
Atlanta Coffee Shops: Valor
Valor is a fun and unique coffee shop and roaster located in downtown Alpharetta. Once a coffee cart in a coworking space, they have now fully evolved into a full-fledged store and business. Valor is known best for their hospitality and customer service; when you walk in the door of Valor, you feel like a friend rather than just a customer. Their mission says it all: to uplift others through coffee. They believe in providing the highest quality products with the highest quality of service. Parking is limited to street parking and parking decks in the area, so there is no designated lot for the shop. They have a super fun outdoor area with lots of seating as well a swing chair. Their design is minimal, and this shop is perfect to get some great shots for your social media. You can find all kinds of unique seasonal drinks here as well as all your coffee favorites. One of the things that makes Valor especially unique is their homemade syrups (definitely try the lavender vanilla when you visit).
Valor Coffee is definitely a must to visit for Atlanta coffee shops, if not for their incredibly tasting coffee, than for their amazing and friendly staff who make you feel like family. If you haven’t visited this shop yet, add it it to your list!
Atlanta Coffee Shops: The Read Shop
For all the book lovers out there, the Read Shop is the coffee shop for you. Coffee table books, cozy decor, and creativity await in this charming little book shop. The Read Shop is located in Vinings, a small neighborhood in Atlanta. The shop was originally created to be just a bookstore, and slowly grew into a coffee shop as well. Easily one of the most beautiful coffee shops, the Read Shop features black walls with books lining every shelf and some even hanging on a shelf above you. They are partnered with Stumptown Coffee, which is known for their high-quality and delicious coffee. This store is all your literary dreams come to life with caffeine available right at your fingertips. The shop is located in a larger shopping area, so parking is usually available in the larger parking lot. There is a good amount of outdoor seating, but indoor seating is next to none, so this is not the best shop to sit for hours and work. The Read Shop is the perfect place to stop for coffee in the Christmas season and to cross off some of the holiday shopping off your list.
This is easily one of the best shops in terms of Atlanta coffee shops, mostly for its unique characteristics of being a bookstore and coffee shop. If you love books, coffee, and all things cozy, this coffee shop should definitely be next on your list.
Atlanta Coffee Shops: Chrome Yellow
Chrome Yellow is located in the Old Fourth Ward neighborhood of Atlanta. Parking in this area is very tight and most limited to the street next to it. Arrive early if you are wanting to get a parking spot, especially on the weekend. They partner with a wide range of coffee roasters including Stumptown Coffee, Bellwood Coffee, and Methodical Coffee. Their coffee is always consistent, beautiful, and absolutely delicious. Chrome Yellow has one of the largest seating areas of any coffee shop in Atlanta, and it almost always put to good use. With tables scattered throughout the shop, Chrome Yellow is perfect for every kind of meeting or just spending time with yourself. They are not just a coffee shop, they also feature a large selection of curated goods ranging from coffee gear staples to local artists’ work and everything in between.
If you can find a parking spot, this is definitely a fun space to try out. They offer plenty of coffee options and different flavors, so for this shop is best for the coffee adventurer.
Atlanta Coffee Shops: Taproom Coffee
Taproom is a specialty coffee shop/ beer bar located in the neighborhood of Kirkwood in Atlanta. Sourcing all of their coffee needs from East Pole Coffee, Taproom’s coffee drinks are sure to not disappoint. All of their menu options and pastries are baked fresh daily from local Atlanta bakeries. This coffee shop definitely has a small neighborhood feel with all types of customers that can be found in the shop. They offer 9 beers on tap, which are usually season options or limited release. There is a fair amount of seating located in the shop as well as outside the shop. There is a good amount of parking available both in the street and in the parking lot behind the building.
This is the perfect little neighborhood coffee shop for any and all outings. With reliable coffee from one of the best roasters in Atlanta, Taproom Coffee is sure to be a hit for all the coffee and beer lovers out there.
Atlanta Coffee Shops: Land of a Thousand Hills Coffee
Land of a Thousand Hills Coffee is somewhat seen as a chain coffee shop in Atlanta, with 5 locations around the Atlanta area. Some of these locations include Alpharetta, Little Five Points, Old Fourth Ward, Midtown/Peachtree Street, and Roswell. Thousand Hills Coffee was originally created to help make a difference in Rwanda, Africa through securing coffee farmers a living wage, building wells, building health clinics, and much more. While all of the locations are very unique with differing sizes and spaces, the Roswell location is definitely a fan favorite. The original Land of a Thousand Hills coffee house in Roswell is located upon a hill in a cozy blue house with plenty of seating inside the shop.
With plenty of shops to choose from and a great mission, Land of a Thousand Hills is a great coffee shop to try out and support through buying one of their coffee bags or merchandise.
Atlanta Coffee Shops: Banjo Coffee Brewing Co.
Banjo Cold Brew Coffee originally started in a farmer’s market in east Atlanta. It has now evolved into a full fledge brewery and coffee shop located just across the street from the farmer’s market where they first began. Banjo brews four original cold brews focusing on small-batch and sustainable methods. Their cold brew can also be found in grocery stores across the Southeast including Whole Foods and Kroger. The coffee shop is located in Avondale Estates, and shares a parking lot with the business next door. The shop is small in terms of seating, with about six tables for customers. Not only do they offer coffee options along with their famous cold brew, they also offer beer and wine. They use Café Campesino for all of their coffee beans as well as the coffee that goes into their cold brew.
Banjo Coffee is a unique, eclectic shop that offers the perfect place for a quick study break. If you are a fan of cold brew and beer this is definitely a good stop for you! If you cannot make it into the shop, make sure to look for their cold brew options in your local grocery store.
Atlanta Coffee Shops: Dancing Goats Coffee Bar
Dancing Goats is a big coffee name in the Atlanta area, with four coffee shops in the Atlanta area. Locations at Ponce City Market, Midtown, Buckhead, and Decatur make this an easy coffee shop to try out with locations all in the major areas (and tourist spots) of Atlanta. The location in Buckhead opened two years and boasts free parking (even though it gets busy during peak times/days), modern design, and a good amount of seating as well as a patio. The coffee bar in Midtown is sleek and located right by the MARTA station, making it easily accessible for everyone. This also means the Midtown location is usually busy, and with it being right in the middle of the city, parking is hard to come by. The Decatur coffee bar is its earliest location in the Atlanta area. It features an outdoor patio with a simple and traditional style. It does not offer a lot of seating for the space it occupies, but it does have plenty of parking. The Ponce City Market is easily the most popular and most “Instagrammable” location with a very large patio area and unique chairs outside. Their is indoor seating, but it is limited to just a couple small tables. Parking can usually only be found at Ponce City Market, so expect to pay for parking when you arrive. With a fun atmosphere and located right next to all the shopping and restaurants, this coffee bar location is definitely a must try.
Dancing Goats is definitely more known for their brewed coffee, so make sure to try one of their single origins next time you visit!
Atlanta Coffee Shops: Forgotten Coast Coffee
Forgotten Coast is one of the newest coffee shops in the area, but that does not make it any less beautiful with quality staff, delicious coffee, and the perfect coffee shop atmosphere. Forgotten Coast Coffee is located in Duluth, Georgia, a suburb located in Northeast Atlanta. They are a family owned business with a mission to connect with customers, with others, and specifically with coffee roasters. They give 10% of every coffee bean purchase and invest it back into the local community where the coffee bean was grown. With simple and minimal decor, this coffee shop is the perfect place to work remotely or get some studying done in between classes. It is a smaller shop with only a couple of tables open, so make sure to get there earlier to save yourself a table, especially near the outlets. They also have plenty of parking right in front of the building. The staff is very knowledgeable and friendly, and the coffee is unique and definitely some of the best in the Atlanta area. They are known for doing some fun seasonal drinks so make sure to ask what their seasonal options are. One of the highlights of this coffee shop, for all the coffee enthusiasts out there, is their beautiful Slayer espresso machine, which is hard to come by in Atlanta.
One of the coolest things they offer that not many (if any) other coffee shops do, is their Coffee Club, which is a subscription membership. They can deliver coffee weekly, biweekly, or even monthly to your door. Also by joining the membership you get 15% off the standard coffee price. Forgotten Coast is definitely one of my favorites of the Atlanta coffee shops!
Atlanta Coffee Shops: Press and Grind
Press and Grind is located in the Virginia Highlands neighborhood of Atlanta. It is a charming house turned coffee shop with very limited parking in the this bustling area. There is some parking behind the house as well as some street parking in the area. The coffee shop space is beautiful with vaulted ceilings and modern, rustic decor. One of the best parts of the space is all the fun coffee quotes and mottos they have listed on the walls. There is a good amount of seating inside the shop, but most people take their coffee to-go here. The staff are super friendly and accomodating. They also partner with Highlands Bakery, meaning you get to enjoy all the fresh, baked goods with your coffee. On top of coffee, they also serve some pretty popular smoothies.
Press and Grind is definitely a great place to stop by if you are already in the area! Their decor and design makes the experience especially fun. Just make sure to prepare for the busy area most days!
Atlanta Coffee Shops: Aurora Coffee
Aurora Coffee is located in the heart of Little Five Points, and it is very well known to many Atlanta locals. When you enter the shop, the walls are filled with beautiful and unique art murals. While they offer a traditional coffee menu, they also offer some fun and unique coffee drinks like the “polar bear”. This eclectic, bohemian coffee shop is a staple in the Atlanta area, after being around since 1992. Since it is located in the popular tourist area of Little Five Points, open parking spots are almost always slim to none. There is some seating inside the shop, but you can expect it to be almost always packed.
An iconic Atlanta coffee shop, Aurora Coffee is definitely a unique Atlanta coffee shop to visit. It is also a fun spot if you are into the culture and historical aspects of Atlanta!
Atlanta Coffee Shops: Bellwood Coffee
A newer roastery and coffee shop to the Atlanta area, Bellwood Coffee is located in the West Atlanta suburbs where they have a coffee bar located inside Jim Adams Farm & Table. A coffee shop begun by two brothers, Bellwood strives itself on openness, sustainability, creativity, and forward-thinking. Bellwood Coffee is one of my favorite spots to get coffee in Atlanta because their coffee is incredible with a unique flavor and depth with each sip, and they have one of the best spaces to work/spend time with friends! With plenty of parking outside and an assortment of tables inside, this place is perfect for every study session and coffee talk your heart desires. They also have a unique flair with everything being served from a small coffee cart and what looks like tea cups as the mugs for the coffee. The staff are incredibly friendly and make you feel as though you are friends every time you come in.
Bellwood Coffee is a must-stop on any coffee lover’s list of Atlanta coffee shops to try.
Atlanta Coffee Shops: Buteco
Buteco is a coffee shop and bar specializing in Brazilian cuisine and cocktails. They operate in a very small space that can only fit about 30 people, but are now offering additional seating on their patio. They also will feature occasional live music on occasion. Buteco is located right along the Beltline in Grant Park. There is plenty of free parking in the parking lot right outside the restaurant. It is definitely a concept that has never been seen in Atlanta, bringing Brazilian culture to the coffee scene. With a small shop, Buteco offers all the cozy vibes of a coffee shop while still delivering on excellence in food with their Brazilian street food. A super unique and fun coffee shop no matter the time of day, Buteco is definitely a place to try!
Atlanta Coffee Shops: Chattahoochee Coffee Company
Chattahoochee Coffee Company actually has several locations in Atlanta including a location on the westside of Atlanta, a location right along the Chattahoochee River, and a location in Smyrna, a suburb of Atlanta. The Westside location offers free parking in a parking deck and is open all 7 days of the week. The location along the Chattahoochee River is actually in an apartment community so you will have to follow instructions on the call box to get in to the parking. Because there is limited parking at this location, customers are asked to limit their stay to 2 hours at most. This location is also only open to the public on the weekdays. The Smyrna location also offers plenty of free parking and is open all 7 days of the week. Their 3 fundamental commitments are justice, coffee, and community. They partner with Counter Culture Coffee for all of their coffee beans. They donate at least 10% of their annual revenue to non-profit organizations and charities.
While the coffee might not be the best in Atlanta, Chattahoochee Coffee Company is definitely known in the Atlanta area for their shops and service. Specifically, the location along the river is one of the most beautiful settings for a coffee shop, and it would definitely be a perfect place to visit if given the opportunity.