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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

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.

Hodgepodge Coffeehouse

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

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