PERC Now Serving Coffee In Virginia-Highland

Coffee shop is currently to-go only with seating available outside, but inside seating is slated to open in the coming months
PERC Now Serving Coffee In Virginia-Highland
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PERC has opened its Virginia-Highland coffee shop, at 1046 N. Highland Ave. NE., the company announced Thursday. It is the second Atlanta PERC, serving a full coffee menu, as well as house-made sandwiches, baked goods, and other foods daily from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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“I am super excited to introduce this new shop model to be tailored to the new needs of this community,” Jake King, shop manager of the Virginia-Highland shop, said in Thursday’s announcement. “Our food is a fun spin on our East Lake shop menu and the coffee and signature drinks are the same fun and wild creations people have grown to love.”

The shop is currently to-go only with seating available outside, but inside seating is slated to open in the coming months.

“We chose this spot in the heart of the Virginia-Highland District because it serves a neighborhood-centric community with tons of walkability and complementary businesses,” PERC Co-Owner Alan Fischer said. “We want this cafe to serve the beautiful diversity of our community.”

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.

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc. Check out our publications in your city: Atlanta, Denver, Las Vegas., Los Angeles, Orlando, Phoenix, San Diego, and San Francisco.
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James
James
3 months ago

I miss pretending to work in coffee shops. Sigh!

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