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Grab-and-Go Coffee Bar Con Leche Opens in Reynoldstown

Con Leche is now open along Flat Shoals Avenue for coffee and toasts and baked goods from Root Baking Co.

Espresso being pour into a cup of iced leche to make iced cafe con leche Luke Beard

Con Leche coffee bar is now open on Flat Shoals Avenue in Reynoldstown. The 400-square-foot, grab-and-go shop serves coffee using Decatur-based Radio Roasters Coffee beans and baked goods and other coffee sundries from Root Baking Co., Georgia Grinders, Honey Next Door, Rockhouse Creamery, Condor Chocolates, and Blackberry Patch, Inc.

Owner and founder Ivan Romero immigrated to the United States from Colombia as a refugee when he was a small child and has worked with restaurant delivery service UberEats, as well as with other digital start-up companies. Romero is using his expertise working with digital platforms to create and launch a smartphone app for Con Leche. People can currently preorder online for faster service at the shop or inside at the counter.

Ivan Romero in jeans, a long-sleeved blue tee shirt with a white apron on and black high-top Converse sneakers sitting with one leg up on the steps in front of his coffee shop Con Leche in Reynoldstown, Atlanta
Owner Ivan Romero
Luke Beard
Luke Beard
Luke Beard

Regular drip and iced coffees are priced at $2.50, with lattes, cortados, and cappuccinos priced at $3.50. Toasts at Con Leche, such as a ricotta and peach preserve or peanut butter and blackberry preserve on Root Baking Co. bread, are $6 each. Con Leche also offers a weekly $10 membership option through Apple Wallet, which includes unlimited coffee and discounts on espresso drinks and bags of beans.

Take a look at the menu:

Open daily, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Masks required inside.

181 Flat Shoals Avenue SE, Unit 1. Atlanta. conlechecoffee.com.

Root Baking Co.

675 Ponce De Leon Avenue Northeast, , GA 30308 (470) 639-8046 Visit Website

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