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Java Lords

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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.

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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.
Condesa Coffee - Old Fourth Ward

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Condesa Coffee features Counter Culture coffee, hot tea, and a menu of light bites including bagels, quiche, lunchtime sandwiches, and small plates like hummus or a cheese plate. Condesa is also known for easygoing craft cocktails, beer, and wine, and is strategically located off the Freedom Park Path.
Octane Coffee and Little Tart Bakeshop

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The Grant Park outpost of the Westside coffee compound provides caffeine for the bleary-eyed and Wi-Fi connections for keyboard commandos. Be sure to check out the cinnamon sugar morning bun on weekends or, later at night, a cocktail. If you leave here without tasting Little Tart's croissants, you have failed at life.
SIP the Experience

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French-press coffee, loose-leaf tea, free Internet, and a limited wine selection in the Lindbergh City Center development (adjacent to the MARTA station).
Octane Coffee Westside

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It's rare for a place to be so hip and so comfortable. This one has an industrial vibe, a cool-but-not-too-cool staff, locally produced art on the walls, pastries and cookies from Alon's and, of course, well-crafted coffee drinks and high-quality teas. Of particular note: Octane's French press coffees and award-winning baristas.
Café Intermezzo - Midtown

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Cafe Intermezzo is an Atlanta mainstay, famous for its overwhelming dessert case, providing breakfast, lunch, dinner and late-night fare to appreciative eaters and drinkers. Modeled after a Viennese coffeehouse, the cafe serves a wide range of alcoholic beverages and is a romantic favorite for dates begging to be continued past dinner and a movie.
Aurora Coffee

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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.

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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.

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Designed with a coffee kitchen in mind, Brash features large table and bar seating where customers can order drip coffees and espresso drinks named for the farmers who grew the beans as well as ginger soda, snack, and pastries.

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The coffee company's Westside locations serves Counter Culture Coffee via French press and Chemex along with bites from The Breadgarden, XK Macarons, Atlanta Fresh Greek yogurt, and Arden's Garden juices.

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Condesa Coffee features Counter Culture coffee, hot tea, and a menu of light bites including bagels, quiche, lunchtime sandwiches, and small plates like hummus or a cheese plate. Condesa is also known for easygoing craft cocktails, beer, and wine strategically located off Freedom Park Path.
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