Map of Atlanta Coffee Shops
The below map showcases 150+ independent/local coffee shops in the metro Atlanta area.
The above Atlanta coffee shops map can be imported directly into the Google Maps app on your mobile device1. The Atlanta Coffee Shops map is organized into ten2 layers, corresponding to the following geographic areas:
Buckhead / Sandy Springs [icon color on the map].
Kennesaw / Marietta / Smyrna / Vinings / East Cobb [icon color on the map].
Avondale Estates / Decatur / Druid Hills / Emory / Oakhurst [icon color on the map].
Midtown Atlanta [icon color on the map].
Downtown Atlanta [icon color on the map].
Westside Provisions District [icon color on the map].
Inman Park/ Candler Park / Little Five Points (LP5) / Reynoldstown / Virginia Highlands (VaHi) [icon color on the map].
Grant Park / East Atlanta Village / Summerhill [icon color on the map].
Old Fourth Ward / Cabbagetown [icon color on the map].
Outside the Perimeter (OTP) / everywhere else (including Gwinnett County, DeKalb County, etc.) [icon color on the map].
Where possible, images and blog posts from these Atlanta-area coffee shops are linked in the description.
If you have suggestions for improving this map, notice any errors or omissions, or have any other comments, please get in touch [email@example.com].
1 To import this Atlanta coffee shops map into the Google Maps on your mobile device, make sure you have the latest version of Google Maps installed on your mobile device (the app may also be called "Google Maps - Transit & Food" on iOS; link to the app in the App Store). Then, press the "picture" icon at the top right of the map (it looks like four corners of a picture/rectangle on the teal strip on top of the map). Performing the above steps should migrate the Atlanta coffee shops map into Google Maps for your convenience.
2 There are ten layers in the above map, as this is the current limit imposed by Google My Maps. If you import this Atlanta coffee map to Google Maps on your mobile device, you can toggle the layers on/off to narrow down to geographic region of your choice (select the "door with arrow" icon or select the "View Map Legend" when the map loads and then check/uncheck the layers in which you're interested).