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Con Leche is officially open for business after a soft opening over the weekend, a spokesperson Monday told What Now Atlanta in an email. The new coffee shop in Reynoldstown, at 181 Flat Shoals Ave, Unit 1, offers coffee and a limited food menu, sourcing with local suppliers and purveyors including Radio Roasters, Root Baking Co, Georgia Grinders, Honey Next Door, Rockhouse Creamery, Condor Chocolates, and Blackberry Patch, all native to Georgia.
Guests can order coffee-to-go from Con Leche priced at $2.50 for drip or iced coffee and $3.50 for espresso drinks including Cortado, Lattes, Chai Latte and Americano. Con Leche also has a membership program that costs $10 per week and includes unlimited drip and iced coffee. “Gourmet” toasts are priced at $6.00 and include Ricotta & Peach Preserve, Almond Butter & Honey Toast, Chocolate Hazelnut Toast, and Peanut Butter & Blackberry Preserve.
“Con Leche is set up for a pandemic world, focused entirely on a takeaway model,” the spokesperson said. “Guests can order in advance using the Con Leche website for a quick grab-and-go, or order at the small counter for takeaway.” The company plans on launching an app soon.
Ivan Romero, pictured below, is the founder of Con Leche. Romero is a Colombian native and political refugee who has now made Atlanta his home. The coffee shop is open seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Another young hardworking immigrant, making a contribution to our city.
Congratulations Ivan, wishing you much success!
Ditto. That’s a pretty good location and should be able to carve out a loyal Reynoldstown customer base.
I haven’t seen this building in person.
I didn’t realize they were going to paint the whole thing black, or give it a shou sugi ban treatment. It looks really sharp!
I think this is a very smart development, mixed use on a neighborhood scale– we need more of this in our neighborhoods.
I wish them all the best. However I had to blink and rub my eyes at $6 for a piece of bread with some almond butter and honey or Nutella, etc.
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