Bar/Club, Coffeehouse, Music, Menu, Red Light Cafe, Atlanta music venue, Nightclub, Coffeehouse, Red Light Cafe, bar, bars, club, clubs, nightlife, drinking, drinks, beer, beers, cocktail, cocktails
The bohemian living room serves as the city's center of bluegrass and Americana. The venue hosts a variety of other musical performers as well, plus diverse events. Food and drink available.
Eclectic coffee shop — which, by the way, provides java to many nearby restaurants — features local art and open-mic nights.
Coffeehouse, Menu, coffee, coffeehouse, dessert, espresso, cake, cakes, pastries, pastry, Cafe Intermezzo, Dunwoody, cheesecake
The Buckhead mainstay — and its overwhelming dessert case — has fans in Dunwoody. Modeled after a Viennese coffeehouse, the cafe also offers alcoholic beverages and international lunch and dinner items. Perfect spot for lunch dates or losing yourself in a book.
A bakery and coffeshop with baked items which include honey oat bread, English muffins, hand pies, Danishes, French macarons, croissants, and seasonal muffins, and a selection of sandwiches.
French-press coffee, loose-leaf tea, free Internet, and a limited wine selection in the Lindbergh City Center development (adjacent to the MARTA station).
Sure, coffee is in the name and something you can still order, but the draught selection at Taproom rotates and always impresses. The lights are on until 10 p.m. (save Sundays when it closes at 8 p.m.) and there are $4 pints on Mondays.
Coffeehouse, Dive, Java Lords, coffee, late night, drinks, beer, beers, drinking, wine, wines, cocktails, cocktail, music, coffeehouse, espresso, cappuccino, cappuccinos, latte, lattes, snacks, liquor, baked goods, dessert, desserts, Atlanta coffeehouses
This little spot also serves snacks and drinks during performances at the adjacent 7 Stages Theatre. It's got fair-trade, organic coffee, beer/wine/liquor, Internet, wall art, and events like open-mic Tuesdays. Limited baked goods.
This quiet corner for comforting beverages provides a cozy alternative to the multi-national coffeehouse industrial complex.
Atlanta coffee was nothing but perked dishwater until Aurora Coffee opened in 1992. The Little Five Points location wasn't designed as a cozy hangout. Since the folks who own Criminal Records took over, however, the cool-slacker service has gotten friendlier and there is Wi-Fi. The quality of the brew — Aurora's blend of beans from Batdorf & Bronson's Atlanta roastery — is exceptional. Food is limited to excellent fresh pastries.
This Florida-based chain now has an Atlanta location. The shop is located just below the future digs of Varuni-Napoli, the Neapolitan pizzeria from Luca Varuni, and features high quality coffees and teas. Bishop's brags a low carbon footprint by using electronic coffee roaster.
84 total results