510 Flat Shoals Ave.
Most coffee shops have at least one Garbo-type sucking down a latte while concentrating very hard on her or his book, journal or, even worse, laptop. Despite the facade, most of these folks would love it if you started talking to them. If they wanted to be alone, they'd be at home. Located in the center of East Atlanta's burgeoning bar and restaurant scene, Sacred Grounds is big enough, comfy enough, friendly enough and, most importantly, visible enough to accommodate all the pony-tailed Ayn Rand lovers who think Atlas Shrugged
just isn't the same unless people can see you reading it.