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Focused on green coffees, Revelator offers a curated, rotating menu of coffee drinks, espressos, and herbal teas.
Urban Grind

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Urban Grind's a bit less crowded than Octane, which is just a couple of blocks up Marietta Street. The small shop hosts art shows, musical showcases, and sales of albums by local musicians. Of course, there are exotic coffees, including a pumpkin-spiced latte, sandwiches and other food.

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Tucked inside the Goat Farm, Warhorse is a quaint and quiet coffeehouse that serves only tea and regular coffee–sorry, no espresso. Rumor has it that Warhorse doesn't set prices for drinks and only asks for cash donations in return.

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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.
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.

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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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Aimed at doing good through coffee, Roswell-based Land of a Thousand Hills's Atlantic Station outpost features breakfast and lunch sandwiches, craft beer, and, of course, coffee and espresso drinks.
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