With direct-trade coffee, seasonal beers and locally made (and sinfully delicious) baked goodies in the display case, Inman Perk is a perfect gathering spot for one of ATL's most diverse, creative neighborhoods.Every neighborhood has its home base. And when it comes to a neighborhood as diverse, creative and quaint as Inman Park, there are certain things one might expect from its gathering spots. Things like, say, direct-trade coffee, seasonal beers and locally made (and sinfully delicious) baked goodies, to name a few. (Not to mention Beltline-friendly bike racks and, soon to come, plentiful outdoor seating.) Happily, Inman Perk lives up to our expectations… and then some. After all, this is one of the most beloved neighborhoods in ATL. Why wouldn't their neighborhood coffee shop rock Ratio Bakeshop treats, organic Italian sodas, Vermont apple cider and Intelligentsia beans? We have standards, you know. And as far as we're concerned, Inman Perk is most certainly up to snuff.
The ever-bustling coffee shop on North Highland is a thriving cross-section of Atlanta's oldest neighborhood; a place where professionals escape from the office, where students cram for their GREs, where coffee connoisseurs get their direct-trade fix and where friends can kick back and catch up over a latte (or a beer). Here, it's not just about giving people a place to get a cup of coffee—it's about fostering a creative, welcoming environment, where we feel like we can spend an hour or two