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Life of a Digital Nomad | Best Atlanta Coffee Shops to Get Sip Done

by Kiki Roeder + Kristyn Back

If you’re a digital nomad like we are, and your office is your backpack, it’s essential to know where to set up your daily shop. Here are a few of our favorite places in Atlanta to grab coffee (or brews), catch up on emails, network with tech talent, and run an empire.

Westside | Eastside | Virginia-Highland | Midtown-ish | Buckhead | Grant Park

Amelie’s French Bakery | Westside

Lattes & French Fare That Make You Go Huh-Huh-Huh
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Corso Coffee | Buckhead

Upscale Delicacies & Drips
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The Dancing Goats Coffee Bar | Old 4th & Ward

Sips, Snacks, and Sunshine on the Hottest Block in Town
[photo credit: Kiki Roeder]

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Joe’s East Atlanta Coffee | EAV

Not Your Average Java (also featured above) 
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Octane Coffee | Grant Park

Where Hipsters Booze & Brew (& Hillary Clinton Even Visits Too)
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San Francisco Coffee Roasting Company | Virginia-Highland

Biscuits, Dirty Chai & Art-Clad Walls
[photo credit: Kiki Roeder]

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Bonus Insights

Brewing Bummers: Tech Square Starbucks – both of them! While you may rub elbows with the upper echelon of tech entrepreneurs, The ‘Bucks on 5th and 4th Avenues are too loud, too crowded, and too wifi-sad. Need we say more? (If you need your basic green cup fill, the Starbucks on Monroe, near Piedmont Park, is a sure bet.)

Tech Hub Hotspots: Switchyards takes the cup for coffee and ambiance in comparison to the various co-working spots and incubators in town. Barista Tanner is an espresso impresario.

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