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Essential Atlanta Coffeeshops With Free Wifi

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Working or studying in an office or classroom? What year is this, 1950? No, this is 2015, and thanks to the Internet and wireless connectivity, the local coffeeshop is now the preferred place to get things done — as long as there's free wifi, that is. With that in mind, this map is the remote worker's guide to great coffeeshops around Atlanta, all of which offer Internet access for no charge. So order a cup, open up that MacBook, and get down to business.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Chattahoochee Coffee Company

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The Counter Culture Coffee is nice, but the stunning view of the Chattahoochee River is what makes this shop stand out. [Photo: Nick Weinmiller]

Condesa Coffee

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Condesa launched its original shop in Old Fourth Ward in 2010, and a second location on the Atlanta Streetcar line in Sweet Auburn followed in March. In addition to Counter Culture Coffee, look for Rishi teas, pastries from Alon's and Holeman & Finch, sandwiches, and small plates. [Photo: Christopher T. Martin/Eater Atlanta]

Corso Coffee

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This coffeeshop, with its original location in New York, was built in Italy and then rebuilt in Buckhead. The team behind Corso wants patrons to "feel like they're in Europe, in Italy, hanging out." [Photo: Liz Lapidus PR]

Dancing Goats Coffee Bar

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Before opening adjacent to Ponce City Market, Dancing Goats' original shop took up residence in Decatur. The shop offers Bartdorf + Bronson coffee, espresso beverages, and locally made doughnuts. [Photo: Dancing Goats/Facebook]

Ebrik Coffee Room

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Located on Georgia State's campus, Ebrik is student-friendly and the coffee program focuses on local roasters. [Photo: Ebrik Coffee Room/Official]

JavaVino Coffee & Wine House

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Spend your work day consuming JavaVino's coffee, breakfast burritos, and sandwiches, and then unwind at the end of the day with a glass of wine. [Photo: Foursquare/ L Martin J.]

Octane Coffee

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The local favorite now has a few shops around town, and the Grant Park location has the added bonus of being connected to The Little Tart Bakeshop. [Photo: Matthew Wong/Eater Atlanta]

ParkGrounds

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For those who need to get some work done but can't bear to part with their beloved pooch, ParkGrounds has a dog park in the backyard. [Photo: Foursquare/Margaret A.]

Proof Bakeshop

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The new Inman Park bakery from the Cakes & Ale team offers several coffee and espresso options to go along with breakfast and lunch items, breads, and sweets. And if a MARTA commute is on the day's schedule, it's right down the street from the Inman Park/Reynoldstown station. [Photo: Proof Bakeshop/Official]

Revelator Coffee Company

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The Birmingham-based coffeeshop continues its Southern expansion with a new outpost in Westside. Revelator offers a small menu in order to put a greater amount of focus into each cup. [Photo: Jonathan Phillips/Eater Atlanta]

Sweet Hut Bakery & Cafe

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Taking inspiration from various Asian cultures, Sweet Hut serves signature buns and an assortment of cakes, breads, tarts, cookies, and beverages, such as bubble teas and coffee. [Photo: Sweet Hut Bakery/Facebook]

Zen Tea

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If coffee isn't your game, Zen Tea pours a wide variety of herbal beverages. And for commuters, it's a couple of blocks from the Chamblee MARTA station. [Photo: Zen Tea/Facebook]

Chattahoochee Coffee Company

The Counter Culture Coffee is nice, but the stunning view of the Chattahoochee River is what makes this shop stand out. [Photo: Nick Weinmiller]

Condesa Coffee

Condesa launched its original shop in Old Fourth Ward in 2010, and a second location on the Atlanta Streetcar line in Sweet Auburn followed in March. In addition to Counter Culture Coffee, look for Rishi teas, pastries from Alon's and Holeman & Finch, sandwiches, and small plates. [Photo: Christopher T. Martin/Eater Atlanta]

Corso Coffee

This coffeeshop, with its original location in New York, was built in Italy and then rebuilt in Buckhead. The team behind Corso wants patrons to "feel like they're in Europe, in Italy, hanging out." [Photo: Liz Lapidus PR]

Dancing Goats Coffee Bar

Before opening adjacent to Ponce City Market, Dancing Goats' original shop took up residence in Decatur. The shop offers Bartdorf + Bronson coffee, espresso beverages, and locally made doughnuts. [Photo: Dancing Goats/Facebook]

Ebrik Coffee Room

Located on Georgia State's campus, Ebrik is student-friendly and the coffee program focuses on local roasters. [Photo: Ebrik Coffee Room/Official]

JavaVino Coffee & Wine House

Spend your work day consuming JavaVino's coffee, breakfast burritos, and sandwiches, and then unwind at the end of the day with a glass of wine. [Photo: Foursquare/ L Martin J.]

Octane Coffee

The local favorite now has a few shops around town, and the Grant Park location has the added bonus of being connected to The Little Tart Bakeshop. [Photo: Matthew Wong/Eater Atlanta]

ParkGrounds

For those who need to get some work done but can't bear to part with their beloved pooch, ParkGrounds has a dog park in the backyard. [Photo: Foursquare/Margaret A.]

Proof Bakeshop

The new Inman Park bakery from the Cakes & Ale team offers several coffee and espresso options to go along with breakfast and lunch items, breads, and sweets. And if a MARTA commute is on the day's schedule, it's right down the street from the Inman Park/Reynoldstown station. [Photo: Proof Bakeshop/Official]

Revelator Coffee Company

The Birmingham-based coffeeshop continues its Southern expansion with a new outpost in Westside. Revelator offers a small menu in order to put a greater amount of focus into each cup. [Photo: Jonathan Phillips/Eater Atlanta]

Sweet Hut Bakery & Cafe

Taking inspiration from various Asian cultures, Sweet Hut serves signature buns and an assortment of cakes, breads, tarts, cookies, and beverages, such as bubble teas and coffee. [Photo: Sweet Hut Bakery/Facebook]

Zen Tea

If coffee isn't your game, Zen Tea pours a wide variety of herbal beverages. And for commuters, it's a couple of blocks from the Chamblee MARTA station. [Photo: Zen Tea/Facebook]

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