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JavaVino

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Steve and Heddy serve coffee that's about as direct-trade as it can get: the beans are imported from the family coffee farm in Nicaragua, roasted right here in Atlanta, and served with pride in the heart of Poncey-Highland.
We'll 'fess up: when it comes to grabbing a cup of coffee, our thought process is usually less, "Tell us everything about these beans!" and a little more, "Hand over the caffeine so no one gets hurt." For the past nine years, the good folks at JavaVino have been working to change that. Husband-and-wife team Steve and Heddy serve coffee that's about as direct-trade as it can get: the beans are imported from Heddy's family's coffee farm in the highlands of Nicaragua, which has been in the family for six generations; then it's roasted right here in Atlanta, and served with pride in their cozy, quaint, living room-esque coffee shop in the heart of Poncey-Highland.

At this neighborhood coffee shop, it's about much more than serving a decent cup of coffee or doing latte art—it's about making a difference. Order a cup of joe here, and Steve can probably describe everything from the altitude at which it's grown to the living and working conditions of the farmers who cultivated the beans. In a time when the word "organic" can be applied to everything from boxed mac 'n cheese to frozen pizza, it's downright refreshing to see a place so truly passionate and knowledgeable about the idea. And it tastes good, too. "People don't get how much good they can do simply by buying coffee," Steve explained to us over a steaming mug of the Dirty Nekkid dark roast. Sounds idealistic, but it's true: the JavaVino team provides education, healthcare, electricity and more for a community of over 1,200 people on their farm. If sipping on a mug of JavaVino's joe helps make the world a better place, count us in. (We'll take one or two of those locally baked goodies while we're at it.)

Menu Highlights:
Drip Coffee, $1.39 (12 oz.)
Americano, $1.74 (12 oz.)
Teas, $1.82 (12 oz.)
Breakfast Burrito, $3.95
Chicken Melt-Your-Socks-Off Sandwich, $5.95
Killer Tuna Melt, $5.95

Hours:
Monday, 6:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Tuesday - Thursday, 6:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Friday, 6:30 a.m. to midnight
Saturday, 8 a.m. to midnight
Sunday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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