Hodgepodge Coffeehouse opened its second location in Reynoldstown in April 2019. Unlike the original location (also on Moreland Avenue) in East Atlanta, the Reynoldstown shop is compact at around 900 square feet. However, the space feels large with tall ceilings and plenty of window light. And in the spirit of the original Hodgepodge location, this Reynoldstown shop currently features local artwork and will expand to feature more local artists and merchandise for purchase in the fall.
The coffee shop is partnered with Batdorf & Bronson for its coffee supply, and there are plenty of coffee and seasonal drinks on the menu. There are also fresh baked options on the menu.
This post is organized into three parts:
The Reynoldstown location of Hodgepodge offers various coffee options. Hodgepodge Coffeehouse is partnered with Batdorf & Bronson (Olympia, WA) for its coffee. On the menu in terms of coffee offerings are:
Drip coffee (12oz/16oz/20oz)
Cold brew (16oz/20oz)
Cafe au lait (12oz/16oz/20oz)
Espresso options (Americano, macchiato, cortado) in an 8oz size and cappuccino/latte in 08z/12oz/16oz/20oz size options
Also on offer are hot drinks including chai latte, hot chocolate, matcha latte, golden latte, and tea. Cold drink options include lemonade, green tea, black tea, Italian soda, Thai tea, and ginger beer.
There also Signature Drinks (prices are $5/$5.50/$6 for 12oz/16oz/20oz sizes, respectively):
“Bless Your Heart”—caramel and vanilla latte
“Oh Honey”—honey and vanilla latte
“Mocha Caliente”—chocolate and cinammon spiced latte
“Slap Yo Pappy”—Ghirardelli chocolate and half&half cold brew concentrate (the most caffeinated drink option at Hodgepodge)
In terms of food options, Hodgepodge Coffeehouse offers biscuits, scones, banana bread (without nuts), chocolate chip cookies, paleo brownies, and bagels. The baked goods are prepared at the kitchen in the original Hodgepodge Coffeehouse in East Atlanta and delivered to the Reynoldstown location several times per week. Note for those with allergies: Hodgepodge Coffeehouse does not offer any food products with nuts.
There are also seasonal specials on the menu, as seen below:
A Q&A with Krystle Rodriguez, Owner of Hodgepodge Coffeehouse
Following is a brief Q&A conducted by Atlanta Coffee Shops with Krystle Rodriguez, the owner of Hodgepodge Coffeehouse.
Q: How long was the idea to open up the second location of Hodgepodge in the works? Did you have a location in mind immediately or did you scout numerous places before settling on Reynoldstown?
KR: It actually came along pretty quickly. Ren from Batdorf and Bronson, the roaster we serve, reached out to me and let me know about the location. He said they had contacted Batdorf but B&B doesn't like opening up locations near current accounts so they were going to pass. But he really urged me to reach out because he thought it would be a great location to us. So I reached out to Stan, the building owner, saw the space, and realized pretty quickly that it would be a great fit for us.
Q: Are there any similar design elements/characteristics in this second shop compared to the first one?
KR: I think there are definitely some similarities. The space is about a third the size of our original location, but we're located inside of a building that was probably built in the same time period as 720 Moreland. So we have the exposed brick on the walls, concrete floors, and we kept this space bright and white as well. And, of course, we have the same awesome team that people know from our original space.
Q: Are you partnered with Batdorf & Bronson exclusively for coffee, or are there any rotatingcoffee roasters at this location?
KR: We are still partnered with B&B and plan to stay with them until we decide to roast our own coffee, if we ever get to that point.
Q: With respect to the baked goods, are they made in-house or do you have a partnership with a local bakery?
KR: We bake all of our baked goods in-house at 720 Moreland. So we deliver right down the street to our Reynoldstown location multiple times a week.
Q: Are you now, or will you in the future, look for submission from local artists that can exhibit their work inside the coffee shop? This is something Atlanta Coffee Shops is trying to profile in the near future.
KR: We definitely plan on having local merch and art in our Reynoldstown location. I hope to have it all set up at some point this fall.
Q: Is there anything else you'd like the general audience to know about this latest opening of Hodgepodge that hasn't been covered?
KR: We're just really excited to be able to open a new space in Reynoldstown! Everyone has been so welcoming and we hope we can be a part of this community the way we are on the southside of 20!
If you want to learn more about Krystal and the founding of the original Hodgepodge Coffeehouse, I highly recommended reading this interview with Krystal conducted with the Atlanta non-profit, Dream Warriors Foundation.
For those of you looking to check out a new coffee shop in the metro Atlanta area (and in the vibrant Reynoldstown community), check out Hodgepodge Coffeehouse at 1 Moreland Avenue SE. Tip: Don’t forget to capture an Instagram-worthy photo in front of this sign.
A third Hodgepodge is slated to open in the Summerhill neighborhood of Atlanta in 2021.
Hodgepodge Coffeehouse (Reynoldstown location)
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Reynoldstown ☕Atlanta ☕ ITP
1 Moreland Avenue SE
Atlanta, GA 30316
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Hours of operation:
Monday-Saturday: 7AM to 5PM
Sunday: 8AM to 5PM
Coffee Roaster / Roasting Partner:
Batdorf & Bronson Coffee Roasters (Olympia, WA)