Boba Theory Offers Bubbles With Little Trouble

As soon as my friend and I entered the inviting double doors of Boba Theory’s second store, located at Emory Point, I was immediately reminded of coffee shop culture. With dim lighting accompanied by jade green lamps, pots of...

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Ebrik Spills the Beans at Carlos

In the hushed candlelight of the Michael C. Carlos Museum’s third floor, Ebrik Coffee Room has set up the humble beginnings of its third location in a quaint corner. A rhythm of groovy indie and alternative music plays in the...

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Chido and Padre’s Brings Baja to Buckhead

Chido and Padre’s entrance welcomes guests with a brightly lit decor and drapes of bright magenta, delicate turquoise and sunset orange. Latin music streams from inside to match the colorful interior. Chido and Padre’s replaced...

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Koinonia Coffee Pops Up, Then Settles Down

Koinonia means “community, fellowship or joint participation.” Tucked in the quiet suburbs of Westview neighborhood is a coffee shop that aims to facilitate just that — Koinonia Coffee ATL, a coffee shop that sits among the...

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