Danneman’s Coffee To Undergo Top Secret Reconstruction

danemanns coffee closed for renovations ~ what now, atlanta?
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And They Won’t Spill The Beans

Danneman’s Coffe, located in the Old Fourth Ward at 466 Edgewood avenue on the corner of Edgewood and Boulevard, closed today for “some re-decor” and will be closed for the next few weeks.

Dannamen’s made this announcement on Facebook moments ago: “Transformation Happens. Danneman’s is closing for a secret reconstruction project. Keep close by for the unveiling in the next couple of weeks.”

The original Danneman’s was a super market that served the Old Fourth Ward neighborhood for many years. When the supermarket closed, the space sat abandoned and boarded up along with the rest of the blighted Edgewood Avenue for several years.

Designers Judi Knight, of New Tricks, and Grant Henry, jumped in to bring Danneman’s back to its heritage in this important neighborhood, using the original signage and other materials from that era, together with cozy seating vignettes that are designed for working as well as some settings that invite friendly conversations.

The downstairs space features tall ceilings, woodwork, large vintage windows, and mid-century furnishings such as lab tables and Navy chairs. There a 2,500 square feet area upstairs with exposed brick walls, lots of windows and beautiful wood floors. There is also an outside patio.

Considering the space is already quirky and unique in its own rights, we are excited to see the unveiling. Keep checking back for new deets as they arise.

Danneman’s Coffee Shop
466 Edgewood Ave.
Atlanta, GA 30312

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  1. Coming Soon
    at 466 Edgewood Avenue
    in the old Danneman’s spot:

    …Come On In, Precious!

    Open when the
    brown paper
    on the window
    is down!

  2. Someone should take note that those two people didn’t own or run the coffeeshop. Kate did all the work and I still don’t get how such a popular place shut down…

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