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Cold Brew Bar Coffeehouse Opens at Atlanta Dairies on Memorial Drive

The Reynoldstown coffee shop includes a 14-tap cold brew bar, tons of drink combos, and plenty of “clean” eating options

Cold Brew Bar
Beth McKibben is the editor and staff reporter for Eater Atlanta and has been covering food and cocktails locally and regionally for 12 years.

Dairies Coffeehouse and Cold Brew Bar is open at Atlanta Dairies on Memorial Drive in Reynoldstown. The shop, which opened over the weekend, offers a multitude of coffee and tea drinks, along with a 14-tap cold brew bar.

It’s part of Thrive Farmers, a company which partners directly with coffee farmers and small coffee farms throughout the world to offer sustainable beans to shops and businesses.

Cold Brew’s menu is broken down by cold and hot drinks, and includes frappes, milkshakes, cold-press juices and smoothies, and drinks on tap like the nitro oak milk or matcha lattes and a sparkling Arnold Palmer as well as hot coffee beverages, teas, and drinking chocolates.

A “functional beverages” category lists keto coffee made with grassfed butter and MCT oil and a vanilla rose latte consisting of beetroot powder, vanilla cardamom, rose water, and coconut milk.

Food here leans “clean” with several vegan and vegetarian dishes, a selection of paleo, keto, smoothie, and yogurt bowls, along with toasts topped with smoked salmon, grilled corn and avocado, and goat cheese, fruit, and herbs. Korean pork sliders, a crushed egg and pimento cheese sandwich, and a fancy grilled cheese with Sweet Grass Dairy green hill cheese, mascarpone, and strawberry-balsamic glaze on cranberry walnut bread are among the heartier options.

Cold Brew Bar
Cold Brew Bar
Cold Brew Bar
Cold Brew Bar

A second location opens at The Collective food hall at CODA near Georgia Tech in Midtown later this year.

Eater Atlanta reached out for further details.

Cold Brew Bar will soon be joined by a second location of Three Taverns Brewery, a collaborative diner venture between Big Citizen restaurant group and King of Pops called Wonderkid, and a concert hall with a rooftop bar from the owners of Variety Playhouse.

Sunday - Thursday, 6:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 6:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. Parking found on the second level of the deck between Alta Dairies apartments and Atlanta Dairies.

777 Memorial Drive SE, Suite 103A, Atlanta.

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