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Few coffee shops in Midtown encourage you to hangout for a few extra hours as much as Momo Cafe, the coffee shop counterpart to Japanese restaurant Momonoki. Specifically, we like to plant ourselves in the quiet nook upstairs with a laptop, an espresso, and some matcha soft serve. This place has a pristine, white-box feel, not unlike an Apple Store, but instead of selling you things that’ll be obsolete in two years, they’re pushing pastries that’ll be eaten in under two minutes. And if you decide you need a more substantial meal, just head next door to Momonoki for ramen, a poke bowl, or a katsu sandwich.

Few coffee shops in Midtown encourage you to hangout for a few extra hours as much as Momo Cafe, the coffee shop counterpart to Japanese restaurant Momonoki. Specifically, we like to plant ourselves in the quiet nook upstairs with a laptop, an espresso, and some matcha soft serve. This place has a pristine, white-box feel, not unlike an Apple Store, but instead of selling you things that’ll be obsolete in two years, they’re pushing pastries that’ll be eaten in under two minutes. And if you decide you need a more substantial meal, just head next door to Momonoki for ramen, a poke bowl, or a katsu sandwich.

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The 13 Best Coffee Shops In Atlanta

Where to go for coffee whether you’re looking for a quick cup or to linger for hours.