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New coffee kiosk to deliver espresso with a twist at Cobb Galleria

Bean in the Borough will be rolling into Cobb Galleria on April 14. The coffee company, which is known for its mobile espresso trike, will be opening up a permanent kiosk for customers of both the Galleria and SunTrust Park to enjoy.

Co-founder Mike Walsh is excited to serve both areas. "We saw this as the perfect opportunity to open a specialty coffee kiosk that would suit both baseball fans as well as office professionals in the area," he said in a press release.

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Walsh and co-founders Diana Manolescu and Carmen Morgan were inspired to create Bean in the Borough after a trip to London. Walsh said they wanted to bring the experience of grabbing a coffee off a Tuk Tuk each morning back home to the Atlanta Beltline .

“We feel we are connecting communities and what better way to create a connection than through the shared love of coffee," Walsh said. "Our concept goes one step further because we actually deliver our coffee on a one-on-one level in each neighborhood we visit."

Bean in the Borough is opening up in Cobb Galleria on April 14.

Along with coffee, the kiosk will serve affogato muffins, scones, and other pastries to go along with the coffee.

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