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Grassroots Pop-Up Koinonia Coffee ATL Staying Put in Westview

Plus, why baker Sarah Dodge decided to leave 8Arm

Koinonia Coffee ATL at D Cafe and Catering in Westview
Beth McKibben is the editor and staff reporter for Eater Atlanta and has been covering food and cocktails locally and regionally for 12 years.

Pop-up Koinonia Coffee ATL is sticking around in Westview
The grassroots coffee pop-up started by Westview resident Eduardo Lowe at neighborhood breakfast and lunch staple D Cafe & Catering is staying put. The decision to become permanent was due in large part to community support and a steady flow of coffee seekers during last week’s trial run. Koinonia’s new hours are Tuesday - Friday, 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Teachers are being offered a 50% discount off of one drink all this week. 1550 Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard, Atlanta.

Why baker Sarah Dodge left 8Arm
Baker and pastry queen Sarah Dodge quietly left 8Arm this past November; nearly a year after the tragic death of her dear friend and former boyfriend, chef Angus Brown. Atlanta Magazine’s Jennifer Zyman recently chatted with Dodge about her decision to depart 8Arm, the future of her weekend breakfast pop-up ‘Bread is Good’ at Queen of Cream, and what Dodge has in store for the future.

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D Cafe and Catering

1550 Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard, , GA 30310 (470) 305-7615 Visit Website