A popular East Atlanta coffee shop is branching out with a second location on the same street.
Hodgepodge Coffeehouse, which has been open at 720 Moreland Ave. SE since 2012, announced on its Facebook page that its new location at 1 Moreland Ave. SE. in Reynoldstown will open tomorrow.
Owner Krystle Rodriguez, who announced intentions to open in Reynoldstown last summer, said the new location will offer the same menu as the original shop, including a variety of coffee drinks and pastries, minus lunch offerings and popovers.
Starting off, the hours will be 7 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Saturday and 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday. Rodriguez said the hours could change “depending on what the neighborhood wants.”
A third Hodgepodge is slated to open in the Summerhill neighborhood at the corner of Georgia Avenue and Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard. The spot, which will be housed on the ground level of a new office building, was slated to open this year but will likely see a 2021 opening after construction on the site was pushed back.
Rodriguez said Summerhill is a natural fit -- both she and her husband graduated from GSU and have lived in nearby Chosewood Park for more than decade.
Other food and beverage projects coming to the area include D Boca N Boca from the owner of The Real Mexican Vittles pop-up, Little Bear from Eat Me Speak Me founder Jarrett Steiber, Conspiracy bar, Wood’s Chapel BBQ from the team behind The General Muir, Hodgepodge Coffeehouse, Halfway Crooks Brewing and Blending, Junior’s Pizza and soft serve ice cream spot Big Softie. Another pop-up veteran, Talat Market, will also set up shop as brick-and-mortar in Summerhill this year. Little Tart Bakery opened earlier this year.
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