20 "Cafe/Bakery" Restaurants in Atlanta.
Head to Dr. Bombay's in Reynoldstown when you want to drink tea in an armchair under a crazy ceiling, or for full tea service.
Half motorcycle garage, half coffee shop, Brother Moto in Cabbagetown has white walls, high ceilings, and plenty of tables for meetings.
Javavino in Inman Park is a small, quiet spot that serves coffee during the day and wine at night - so it's great for a day of work or a third date.
Momo Cafe in Midtown is one of the best coffee shops to post up with your laptop and matcha soft serve for a bunch of hours.
This Toco Hills coffee shop is always busy and has limited seating, so it's best to stop in for a cup to-go.
Doing work out on the desk of Banjo in Avondale Estates drinking a cold brew is about as perfect a work situation as you'll find anywhere.
Dekalb Athletic Club isn't actually a gym, it's just a great coffee shop in Inman Park with a fun name and some great biscuit sandwiches.
Dairies in Reynoldstown is one of the “trendiest” coffee shops in Atlanta, but that doesn’t mean it’s not great - come for fancy lattes and acai bowls
Octane on the Westside opened in 2003 and has been serving French presses and espresso drinks ever since.
Waller's is equal parts coffee shop, live music venue, and community center so it's a great place in Decatur to post up for a few hours.
The quality nitro cold brew and tons of natural light brings lots of young and creative people to Chrome Yellow in Old Fourth Ward.
Taproom serves both coffee and beer, with a focus on local producers in a space that's perfect for eavesdropping.
Upbeet in West Midtown is a bright space serving healthy options like bowls, smoothies, and toasts.
Rozina Bakehouse and Coffeeshop in Downtown serves a Mediterranean-leaning menu, and is a great place to post up with coffee and a pastry.
Buteco in Grant Park is an all day spot where you could come for coffee, lunch, drinks on a date, or a late night samba dance party.