For the past 15 years, Atlantans have been flocking to the hearty, home-style, just-like-Mama-makes-it baked goods at Full Cup for a comforting taste of home. (And, of course, some of the best oatmeal cookies this side of our grandma's kitchen.)Is there anything in this world more comforting, more heartening, more downright wholesome than a soft, warm, fluffy loaf of homemade bread? Short of cozying up to a fireplace in a cashmere snuggie, we think not. Which explains why, for the past 15 years, Atlantans have been flocking to the hearty, home-style, just-like-Mama-makes-it baked goods at Full Cup for a comforting taste of home. (And, of course, some of the best oatmeal cookies this side of our grandma's kitchen.)
From whole-grain loaves to soft, moist cookies, each and every morsel on Full Cup's shelves is baked with tender lovin' care just a couple miles away from the bakery's storefront. Using the finest ingredients they can get their hands on (like their whole wheat and house-milled flour), Full Cup's artisans are up at the crack of dawn milling, kneading and baking a cornucopia of whole-grain breads, muffins, cookies and other goods so they're fresh and ready by the time the regulars start filing in for their daily bread. The shop also stocks a fridge full of pre-made sandwiches, with homemade fixins betwixt two slices of fresh-baked Full Cup bread. Note: the chicken salad on cranberry walnut bread is a crowd favorite, but we're also quite partial to pimento cheese (obviously). Just don't leave without snagging a bag of those whole wheat chocolate chip cookies. They're pretty much the greatest thing since sliced… well, you know.
Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.