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Brash Coffee Will Go Farm-to-Cup in Westside Provisions District This Summer

It will be the second location for the coffee purveyor.

Westside Provisions District.
Westside Provisions District.
Sarah Dorio

Brash Coffee, the Chattanooga-based beanery from founder Matt Ludwikowski, is opening an Atlanta location in Westside Provisions District this Summer. The coffeeshop will move into two repurposed shipping containers on the green space adjacent to Yeah! Burger.

Brash Coffee began to make a name for istelf in 2012 when Ludwikowski processed more than 2,000 pounds of coffee in his first mill in a remote village in El Salvador. Like so many chefs with their ingredients these days, Ludwikowski focuses on controlling his coffee directly from farm to cup. The first brick-and-mortar shop opened in Chattanooga in January 2014.

"We believe honest coffee begins with the farmers who cultivate the beans we roast and the personal relationship we form with them," Ludwikowski said in a prepared statement. "We strive to connect our customers to this process we have come to know and love while serving the best coffee possible."

The Westside shop will revolve around a communal table, and Mark Blair AIA, ASD, and Smith Haines are in charge of the design.

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