Castleberry Hill to Welcome Coffee and Eggs Café

In addition to serving its flagship brand of coffee, Omni, the new café will bring an all-day menu to Peters Street.
Castleberry Hill to Welcome Coffee and Eggs Café
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Coffee and Eggs Café is setting up shop at 263 Peters Street SW in Atlanta’s Castleberry Hill neighborhood. The coffee shop, boasting an all-day menu as well as its own brand of coffee, has filed a building permit application for an adjacent space at 261 Peters Street in anticipation of opening.

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The permit is for the “interior buildout of the coffee shop to include seating, service counter, food prep and restroom facilities.” The cost of renovations to the 1,864 square-foot space is estimated at $22,000.

Cedric Drayton is listed as the owner of the new café, which according to its social media presence, was originally expected to open back in October 2021. The brand’s social media account provides updates on the opening progress, as well as the development of the café’s signature coffee Omni King, a full-bodied roast available for order on the company’s website.

The Coffee and Eggs Café food menu covers everything from yogurt bowls and bagels to panni, charcuterie boards, and salt & vinegar popcorn. Frozen coffee, teas, and soft drinks accompany its robust espresso program.  

We reached out to Drayton for comment but did not hear back at the time of publication so the eatery’s opening timeline is currently unclear. Find Coffee and Eggs Café online stay up-to-date on opening plans.

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Eve Payne

Eve Payne is a freelance writer with an MFA in poetry from Syracuse University. In 2019, she received the Leonard Brown Prize for her poetry, which has appeared or is forthcoming in Colorado Review, The Adroit Journal, Nashville Review, and RHINO.

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