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Hodgepodge Coffeehouse Is Expanding Again, This Time to Reynoldstown

A “Hodgepodge express” is opening up the road from the original in East Atlanta

A mural on the wall outside of Hodgepodge Coffeehouse in East Atlanta Village
Hodgepodge Coffee in East Atlanta
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The expansion news just keeps coming for Hodgepodge Coffeehouse. The coffee shop and local art gallery, owned by Krystle Rodriguez on the edge of East Atlanta, is opening a location in Reynoldstown. The shop dropped the pre-holiday news Tuesday via Instagram and Facebook and hopes to open sometime this fall.

Located at 1 Moreland Avenue SE, Hodgepodge-Reynoldstown is a little over a mile up the road from the original shop at 720 Moreland Avenue on the other side of I-20.

Rodriguez tells Eater Atlanta the roughly 900-square-feet Hodgepodge-Reynoldstown will act more as a grab-and-go shop, or “Hodgepodge express”, with a limited food menu. Despite its smaller size, people can still expect the vibe to be 100-percent Hodgepodge.

While parking is an issue at the original Moreland Avenue shop, 15 dedicated spaces are planned for Hodgepodge-Reynoldstown.

Rodriguez announced in January plans to open a second Hodgepodge in the Summerhill neighborhood near the Georgia State stadium (formerly Turner Field). That location should open in 2019.

1 Moreland Avenue, SE, Atlanta. hodgepodgecoffee.com.

Hodgepodge Coffeehouse

720 Moreland Avenue Southeast, , GA 30316 (404) 622-8525 Visit Website

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