Coffee Shops in Union City


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  • Reba Famous Fried Chicken
    For finger-licking fried chicken, swing by Reba Famous Fried Chicken. Reba Famous Fried Chicken is a prime location to dine with a group. Catering is also available if you'd like to serve Reba Famous Fried Chicken's tasty dishes at your next party. If you're strapped for time, take out food from Reba Famous Fried Chicken. Reba Famous Fried Chicken is located near a parking lot, which many diners take advantage of. Hitting the mid-range mark, Reba Famous Fried Chicken's prices are perfectly reasonable for food that goes above and beyond. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all on Reba Famous Fried Chicken's menu — you can stop by whenever the moment's right for you.
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    6273 Jonesboro Rd
    Morrow, GA US
  • SkyTop Cafe
    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.
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    4645 Jonesboro Rd Ste I
    Forest Park, GA US
  • The Original Chocolate Bar
    At The Original Chocolate Bar in Downtown, the beans are fresh and the roasts are bold. Come prepared to feast at The Original Chocolate Bar — with no low-fat options, any diets will need to be put aside for the moment. At The Original Chocolate Bar, service is a priority. That why we provide parking spaces on site. If driving doesn't appeal, you can take public transportation, with nearby stops at Garnett (Gold, Red), Five Points (Blue, Gold, Green, Red), and Dome-GWCC-Philips Arena-CNN (Blue, Green). $15 can't buy you much, but it can buy you an amazing meal at The Original Chocolate Bar.
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    253 Trinity Avenue Southwest
    Atlanta, GA US
  • Cafe at Pharr
    Cafe at Pharr has been serving a menu of fresh, delicious, healthy cafe fare since the early 90s, and, despite its steady ascent toward universal acclaim, remains committed to meeting individual customers? discerning edible druthers. The freshness of the teriyaki chicken sandwich ($7.50) or salad plate ($9) explodes on diners' tongues. Cafe at Pharr's celebrated walnut chicken-salad sandwich ($7.50) or salad plate ($9) is a walnut and golden raisin-dotted dish, while the vegetarian sandwich ($7.50) mingles avocado, swiss and american cheese, lettuce, tomato, mayo, and mustard. Rice plates like the curry chicken ($9), served with white rice and bread, wage subtle yet effective war on standard sandwich shop fare. Coffee is available for body warming when the entire state cools in the afternoon, after unleashing a giant, statewide umbrella.
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    699 Miami Circle Northeast
    Atlanta, GA US
  • Grant Park Coffee House
    A cozy, red-brick neighborhood hotspot, Grant Park Coffeehouse serves up piping-hot or frosty iced cups of java alongside a packed menu of savory breakfast turnovers, healthy wraps, and freshly baked pastries. Stamp taste-bud passports with the piquant punch of European-inspired brews such as the espresso ($1.95?$2.25), or perform daring high dives into a frothy cappuccino ($2.75?$4.50). The homebrew ($1.50?$3.50) brims with classic flavors, and the pumpkin-spice latte ($3.50?$4.50) puts palates in mind of autumnal romps through raked leaves. Turn punches into lunch fare like a wizard during a boxing match with the three-cheese grilled-cheese sandwich ($4), welling with cheddar, swiss, and provolone, or keep lunch fare company with a chips and large drink combo for $2.
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    753 Cherokee Avenue Southeast
    Atlanta, GA US
  • Bruegger’s Bagels
    Although it seems hard to imagine now, less than a third of the population had ever tasted a bagel in 1983. Back then, it was pegged as an ethnic food and unpopular outside of New York City. Thankfully, two Vermont residents by the names of Nord Brue and Mike Dressel realized that the rest of the nation needed, nay, deserved to experience the deliciousness of boiled and baked yeast with it's crusty exteriors and doughy innards. They knew it was finally time for America to put cream cheese on something other than cats. So, after two and a half years of diligent baking research, they honed their formula to create Bruegger's Bagels, starting the craze that has become a breakfast staple for millions. Now with more than 300 Bruegger's across 26 states, the franchise beckons bagel fans to come enjoy the bevy of breakfast and lunch options at their casual cafes. In addition to baking up a parade of bagel varities that range from classic poppy to cheddar pesto, they make a slew of their own Vermont-churned cream cheeses, including bacon scallion and smoked salmon. A wealth of sandwiches, soups, and salads round out the menu, and Rainforest Alliance Certified hot and iced coffee drinks pack a caffeinated punch and a social conscience.
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    6370 Powers Ferry Road Northwest
    Atlanta, GA US

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