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A non-profit destination for fresh-brewed coffee and gourmet sandwiches, SkyTop Cafe is powered by Elevate Church, with all profits going toward community outreach programs. Each morning, the staff brews fresh batches of One Village Coffee served alongside a variety of breakfast options, including egg sandwiches and bagels. For the remainder of the day, they construct sandwiches lined with fresh ingredients such as zesty pesto, turkey, and sun-dried tomatoes. On Friday evenings, SkyTop stays open late to host open mic, karaoke, and live jazz.

4645 Jonesboro Rd Ste I
Forest Park,
GA
US

The cozy, laid-back, two-story wine and coffee house's large windows and ceiling fans encourage lingering and long talks about the meaning of life and the proper pronunciation of Sartre. Your wine flight will consist of five 2.5-ounce pours from JavaVino's wine list, which, like foliage and fashions, changes seasonally. The pared-down menu favors boutique vineyards from around the globe over the more well-known monster grape-crushing conglomerates. Sample a glass of the slightly sweet Washington State Kiona Reisling ($6 a glass) before moving on to the blackberry-hinted Three Winds Pinot Noir ($8 a glass) from France, or the organic Santa Julia Argentine Cabernet ($6), with notes of black cherry and currant. Included in the flight is your choice of either JavaVino's signature mixed cheese plate ($7.75) with five artisan cheeses, chorizo, mixed olives, and crackers; the vegan hummus plate ($6.95); or any of JavaVino's desserts. Taste the signature untraditional chocolate cobbler, which melts a half-pound brownie, chocolate cake, and chocolate syrup into a warm dessert pile and tops it with whipped cream and raspberry sauce ($5), or Ryan’s Grandma’s tri-layered, cream-cheese-frosted carrot cake ($5).

579 N Highland Ave NE
Atlanta,
GA
US

Grainy wood surfaces mingle with clean brushed metals at Condesa Coffee, forming a warmly urban setting in which steamy drinks can confidently let their direct-trade aromas out to play. Highly trained baristas fill cups with Intelligentsia-roasted espresso and coffee drinks, whose beans are grown by individual farmers throughout the world, roasted in Chicago, and raised to always eat their spinach. Lattes ($3.50–$4; $0.50/flavor shot) and macchiatos ($3) mix steamed milk with Intelligentsia's Black Cat espresso—a blend of single-origin beans—and even classic cups of joe get special attention as baristas utilize a manual pour-over method to reap the best flavors ($3–$3.75). Tea is also available to claim manifest destiny over mugs, with options such as the Blend 333 tea ($2.75), which unleashes waves of peppermint, chamomile, and rose hips as patrons enjoy views of the Atlanta skyline. Customers may use up to two punches per visit, and additional shots of espresso are an extra cost.

480 John Wesley Dobbs Ave NE
Atlanta,
GA
US

Order a hot cup of special-roast java, hand-roasted in small batches to ensure high quality (traditional brewed coffee starting at $1.65, lattes and mochas starting at $3, and signature coffees starting at $3.50), as you peruse the menu. Third-shifters and breakfastaholics can order a $4.50 daybreaker like the Catalan (a Spanish omelet with sliced potatoes and onions), while daytime diners who insist upon chronologically appropriate fare can have a Cubano panini (ham, pork, swiss, and Cuban sauce, $7.50). To keep a meal flavorful, light, and healthy, follow the happy-heart icons to a grilled treat like the Taaza Tango, a grilled Indian chicken kebab over a cold bed of mixed greens, spiced pecans, fruit, cucumber, and mango vinaigrette ($8.50, $5.50 for salad without kebab). Smoothies like the Caribbean Tango (mango, passion fruit, and bananas, starting at $3.95) cap off a meal and relieve sunburned mouths.

3280 Peachtree Rd NE
Atlanta,
GA
US

Whether he's scouring teeth free of plaque throughout routine cleanings or resurfacing stained facades with a set of veneers, Atlanta Dental Arts’s presiding oral surgeon Dr. Williams goes out of his way to maximize oral health. He bans latex and mercury from his office and employs only digital radiography, which emits less radiation and makes dental x-rays easier to post to online dating profiles. His ongoing dental education regarding new techniques, such as Lumineers and ViziLite oral-lesion detection, allows him to keep smiles pristine with greater comfort and efficiency.

2205 Lavista Rd NE
Atlanta,
GA
US

Open 6am, We make great breakfast, egg and bacon Bagels, Veggie and Sexy Omelette, Great lunch specials such as roast brisket and pulled pork, Monte Christo, Rueben, and Cuban sandwiches. Our coffee and tea is filtered and set at $2 with comfortable artistic setting with local music and poetry meetings.

2000 Cheshire Bridge Rd NE
Atlanta,
GA
US