Hodgepodge Coffeehouse’s location at One Moreland will close next week. Their last day of operation is Sunday, July 10.
The Reynoldstown location opened in 2019 and temporarily closed following damage from a car crash; earlier this year, the location briefly closed following a robbery. The original Hodgepodge location in East Atlanta and the Decatur outpost will remain open.
Owner Krystle Rodriguez announced the closure via a Facebook and Instagram post on Tuesday, July 5:
“As always, our biggest concern is the well being of our team and our community. For the last two and a half years our goal was to disrupt lives as minimally as possible. We wanted to make sure the people who work at Hodgepodge kept their jobs and that our customers kept some semblance of a routine.
“Over the past few months our team has been spreading themselves thin trying to keep all three shops operating. At first it seemed like a temporary crunch, but with this slowly becoming the new normal, it’s not only unfair to our team but goes against our values as a company.”
Rodriguez adds that this decision is a positive one:
“What this decision will do is ensure that 720 and Decatur are fully stocked with the resources and man power needed for the service and quality you’ve come to expect from us over the last decade. Our team will remain entirely intact, they’ll just be well rested!”
This is a developing story. Eater Atlanta has reached out to Hodgepodge Coffeehouse for further comment.