Joe's East Atlanta Coffee Shop
510 Flat Shoals Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30316
Joes East ATL Coffee Shop
Bike Parking: Yes
Cuisines: Coffee House, Cafeterias
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Below Average
I love the coffee! Everyone is always very friendly. The is one of the things I love about living in EAV!
03/16/2012Provided by Citysearch -
Really, who needs Starbucks when you’ve got Joe’s? The coffee is 1000x better here and it’s much cheaper. The service is always friendly and super fast. I can get in and out fast or I can hang out here and relax with some breakfast pastries. They’re also known for some amazing cupcakes in the afternoon which I’ve gotten to enjoy a few different times. The place is always busy but no one ever has to wait long. They certainly know what they’re doing here.
02/27/2008Provided by Citysearch -
This is one of my homes away from home!
Dawn and AL makes everyone feel at home. They remember everyone and treat everyone well.
The Intelligencia Coffee out of Chicago that they serve is the best in the World. Especially the Sumatra.....
The internet is great! Just for a $1.50 cup of coffee.
The best clients and the best servers!
And the same for Perk in Glenwood Park! My second home away from home!
Joe's is the hub of East Atlanta; the place where EAVers stop for coffee in the morning and hang out at any part of the day. It's got a comfy living-room vibe and Joe's serves up a wide variety of hot and cold drinks. My favorites are the iced coffee and their cafe au lait.
Their pastries are outstanding, especially the cupcakes (try the key lime or red velvet ones).
11/03/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Great coffee, great art, great staff! And if you get there after 11pm you can take part in the FREE GIANT 0RGY! Lots of gay dudes which is cool but I'm not gay so I want to see more D in V action instead of D in A or Ds rubbing Ds but I'll take what I can get. After all its a FREE GIANT 0RGY!!!
04/19/2007Provided by Citysearch -
From the staff to the coffee Joe's is a great experience. Where else in the village can you get a great Sumatra or Green Tea, hook up to the internet for free, meet with colleagues for work, meet with friends when you are tired of the smokey bars, sit outside on an antique glider with your dog and/or hang out on a big fat couch and just read a book or a gently used New York Times?
Several roomy tables for laptops and school or work-assignments with accesible plug-ins for power cords. At least 4 fluffy couches for when business isn't calling. One fireplace for when it's cold outside. Outside deck in back and several outside tables for when the sun minus the pollen is calling.
Try the daily brew for some variety but the daily Sumatra is always a strong tasty cup. For when i'ts hot the house specialty ""Joe's Iced Coffee"" is the one to try. Ask for a half sweet half unsweet to save some sugar and still taste the cold sumatra on ice, my favorite!
The biscotti is great as is their 4 layer-chocolate-monster-cake. Muffins in the morning, cake in the afternoon and all the ""Loss Cat"" you can find on the walls. Lots of free parking in front and back. What's not to like?
04/09/2006Provided by Citysearch -
This place served it's purpose. I can say the coffee was excellent. Other than that I was really impressed. I've been to nicer coffeehouses with the same if not better quality coffee. The furniture is on the dingy/grungy side of interior decorating. I'm sure others will argue that it gives the place personality. It's just not the kind of personality I look for.