PERC Coffee is set to open its third Atlanta location in the Spring of 2023, this time at 2316 Main Street in Tucker, GA. The Savannah-based coffee roaster announced the new location during the Winter holiday season with hints dropped via Instagram @perccoffee and @percatlanta.
“Philip [Brown] started PERC, roasting and selling coffee a full decade before we opened our first standalone coffee shop,” Joint CEO, Alan Fischer, tells What Now Atlanta. “More than anything else, we wanted to directly connect with people and share mind-blowing experiences like tasting a crazy single-origin espresso for the first time.”
PERC combines a nostalgic, eclectic atmosphere with a classic drink menu enhanced by signature beverages. Guests can explore rotating single-origin drip coffee, milk-based drinks, seasonal espresso, pour-overs, and flights. The popular Good Times Latte, featuring house-made vanilla lavender syrup topped with a dash of habeñero-infused sugar, is a good place to start. Along with PERC’s signature beverage menu, the new shop will also feature made-to-order waffles, bagel sammies, and fresh pastries. The shop will be open and serving from 7am to 6pm daily.
The Main Street spot sits in the heart of ever-growing downtown Tucker. PERC’s third metro Atlanta location will be a complementary addition to the craft food and drink culture. The Tucker shop boasts 2,200+ square feet with a completely customized build-out. Local Architects, based in Atlanta, have been working diligently to craft a cozy, eclectic space true to PERC. The pièce de résistance is the bright pink La Marzocco custom-made for the shop.
The shop has innovative indoor and outdoor seating with plenty of space to plug in or tune out. The shop will feel instantly familiar to anyone who has visited other PERC locations. Customers will be able to purchase new PERC merch and bags of coffee including what’s currently on bar and special limited releases, all roasted by PERC in Savannah, GA.
“We’ve been super deliberate about opening coffee shops in neighborhoods with a strong sense of community. Downtown Tucker very much has that, and with the awesome green space in the works behind our space, it’s only going to get better. We’re just excited to be a part of it!” says Fischer.
PERC is eager to expand their team and provide Tucker locals with a PERC-standard coffee experience. Retail Director, Amber Foreman, says “we are super proud of our barista and manager training programs and the incredible people on the team. We work hard to ensure every drink that goes out is as good as it possibly can be and served by someone who genuinely cares for the coffee and even more for our guests.”
With 10+ years of independent roasting and serving under their belt, owners Philip Brown and Alan Fischer are proud to bring their “Good Coffee, Good People ” ethos to the Tucker community.
“It was very special to visit for the first time and immediately be made to feel a part of the community.” says Shaa’ista Sabir, shop manager for Tucker, “People have been very kind and welcoming, and I can’t wait to return the favor and share all of the awesome things PERC has in store. There’s nothing like someone having a cup of our coffee and going, ‘Wow! What was that?’.”
PERC Coffee began roasting and providing craft coffee to the heart of Savannah in 2010 and has since grown to provide excellent coffee and customer service to many coffee shops and grocery stores, including all of the Whole Foods Markets in the Southeast region. As PERC Coffee continues to grow, they are dedicated to community, quality, and a drive to constantly improve. For more information visit perccoffee.com and @perccoffee.
This article was taken from a press release shared with What Now Atlanta.