‘Daily Dose By The Merchant’ To Serve Stumptown Coffee, Alon Bakery Pastries In Madison Yards

Reynoldstown will be home to the coffee house as early as late-fall 2019.
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Daily Dose By The Merchant, a coffee shop that popped-up in Lenox Square Mall, is going brick-and-mortar in Reynoldstown.

Owner Dan Collier—The Merchant, Archer Paper Goods, Collier’s Candy—is bringing the Daily Dose to Madison Yards as early as late-fall 2019, the serial entrepreneur in an email Friday confirmed with What Now Atlanta (WNA).

The new Daily Dose “will have the same aesthetic as our previous location at Lenox Square Mall,” a company spokesperson said.

It will serve Stumptown Coffee—both drip and espresso—as well as pastries from Alon Bakery, and “retail goods.”

In related news, Revelator Coffee is no longer opening a concept in the Fuqua development, a leasing representative for the developer told WNA Thursday.

But Daily Dose isn’t really a replacement, he said.

Revelator, although known for as a roaster and coffee shop, was planning more of a full-service dining concept for Madison Yards.

It’s unclear why the plug was pulled on the restaurant.

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak (CJS) is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc., the publisher of What Now Atlanta and What Now Los Angeles.

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  1. Can this place stop using Stumptown Coffee? If you really have to go with a Portland vibe, at least get Heart or Coava or Roseline.

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