Working from home? Atlanta has so many awesome places to switch it up!
Now that working from home is the new norm, why not have a change of scenery by heading out to one of the many great places to work or study in Atlanta? It doesn’t matter if you need to whip out an essay, or need a break from your home office. The ATL has everything from sensational coffeehouses to co-working safe havens.
1. Ponce City Market
Where: 675 Ponce De Leon Ave NE, 30308
There’s plenty of space to work at Ponce City Market. With dedicated working spaces, cozy coffee bars, complimentary wi-fi, and incredible study-snacks. Ponce City Market is a great option if you’ve got a test to cram for, or want to kickstart writing that book you’ve been putting off!
2. Finca to Filter
Where: 1010 White St SW, Atlanta, GA 30310
Staying caffeinated is an important part of the process for many of us hard-workers in the ATL. Luckily, there’s are so many coffeehouses just waiting for you to discover them. Finca to Filter is a queer, women led company, and their coffee shop is a great place to get some work done. You can even celebrate your efforts, with their awesome drag bingo!
Loud and proud: 10 Awesome Queer-Owned Businesses Recommended By Atlantans, For Atlantans
3. East Pole Coffee Co
Where:255 Ottley Dr NE #105, 30324
With so many awesome places to get coffee in Atlanta, there’s going to be plenty of coffee shops that are the perfect place to work or study. East Pole Coffee is one of our favorite coffeehouses in Atlanta. With awesome vibes and awesome brews, you’re going to do you’re best work at East Pole Coffee.
Roundup: 15 Incredible Coffeehouses With The Best Cups Of Coffee In Atlanta
4. The Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library
Where: 111 James P Brawley Dr SW, 30314
If you’re a student at The Atlanta University Center, then you’re in luck. Their Robert W. Woodruff Library is an incredible place to study! The Atlanta University Center Consortium is the oldest and largest contiguous consortium of African-American higher education institutions in the country. The library is open to visitors Monday to Friday, from 7:30 a.m. until 7 p.m.
5. Politan Row
Where: Colony Square, 1197 Peachtree St NE Suite 150, 30309
There’s a growing number of incredible food halls in Atlanta, so it would be rude to just mention one on this list. Politan Row is the new ‘luxury-driven’ food hall in the city. With excellent eateries and amazing décor, you’re never going to want to leave. Why not start your shift with a little brunch and clock out after a delicious dinner. Better yet, head to their hidden bar when you’re off the clock for vintage vibes and some well-earned glamour.
Read: This Glamorous Hidden Speakeasy Opens In Atlanta’s Hottest Food Hall
6. Chrome Yellow Trading Co.
Where: 501 Edgewood Ave SE, 30312
There’s plenty of study space at Chrome Yellow Trading Co. Sip on their coffee creations, before taking local produce home, like beer, coffee beans, and more! We’re a sucker for their seasonal drinks, especially during fall and winter!
7. Georgia State University
Where: 100 Decatur St SE, 30303
Georgia State University provides services to visiting researchers and members of the Greater Atlanta community! Visitors must present a government-issued photo ID to access the Library, and it’s an excellent place to get your projects done, and meet those deadlines!
After hours: 15 Unique Bar And Restaurant Experiences For A Fun Night In Atlanta
Featured Image: Ponce City Market