Atlanta >Restaurants > Java Vino
579 N Highland Ave Ne, Atlanta, GA | Directions 3030733.770142 -84.352154
Fri-Sat: 6:30am-12am, Sun: 8am-8pm, Tue-Thu: 6:30am-10pm, Mon: 6:30am-11pm
Neighborhoods: Eastside, Eastside, Poncey Highlands
Java Vino – Best local roasted coffee. Private estate coffee ( dark roast) is highly recommended.
Don't forget your punch card for a free bag of beans.
User review by cfrank6771 – This is a very friendly and warm venu as seen by their many dedicated customers.
Nice little place – Atlanta does a good job with its smaller, "mom and pop", type restaurants, coffee shops, retail and other niche market businesses. When I went into JavaVino I found one of the best local and unique businesses I have ever found anywhere. In addition to some amazing coffee, the atmosphere is really cool. You'll often see the actual Mom and Pop there and the coffee is from their family, from what I heard some people talking about with the owners (at least I thought it was them). My wife and I plan on going and trying their wine side of the business. It looked like they had quite a large wine list and some I knew to be some of my favorites. I would highly recommend this place to someone looking for something new, or someone looking for a regular hang out.
Great start to the morning – I brew Java Vino coffee every morning. It is by far the best coffee. It is freshly roasted by the owner every week, you can't beat it! The atmosphere of the shop is great, everyone is friendly and eager to help. And the best part is if you are not in the mood for cofee, there is always a great selection of wines to choose from, including wine tastings just about every Sunday evening. Its a great place to visit!
Unique and friendly - just what we want! – JavaVino offers cozy contemporary athmosphere of the interior, great service, nice furniture to sit and eat on, and of course the best coffee in town - a coffee that has a story attached to it, and is being roasted on premises. Great wine selection, and nice variety of food to go with it. How many places are actually offerring an European cheese platter ?
A great break from Starbucks and similar fellas. We need more of the folks like JavaVino to get back that homey feel.
I LOVE JavaVino – This is a brilliant concept - i don't drink coffee but my husband loves it - now we have a place to go where i can drink fabulous wine and he can drink his favorite coffee. The wine/coffee bar pairing was a brilliant idea! Love the cheese plate too - hands down the best in the city - especially for low carb followers!
Great Place/Great People! – This place is what this town needs. The coffee is by far the best in town, roasted right in the shop by one of the owners (Steve), and what these folks do that no one else does, is they actually import the coffee themselves from the other owners (Heddy's) family!! Then take a look at their wine list, they have over 120 bottles they serve and the price you pay for a glass of wine at JavaVino is almost always $2-$3 cheaper than the same wine at any other restaurant in Atlanta. Keep up the great work.
Comfortable Respite with – I strongly disagreement with the review written on 2/15. If someone wants quiet the library is a perfect place for solitude. JavaVino is quaint and cozy. It's popularity has increased so one is rarely alone. The coffee is superb. Smooth, rich and incredibly satisfying. Ditto for the wine selection. Try a cheese plate pairing with your wine. Excellent. JavaVino is a welcome edition to the neighborhood.
Java Vino--no longer recommended – Unfortunately, it looks like Java Vino is going downhill. I have been a "regular" for a number of months, but tonight was my last night. Over the last couple of months, the ambiance that one looks for in a coffee shop has deteriorated. From small children screaming to unfriendly staff, it has become difficult to carry on a conversation and relax. I hate to say it, but this "mom and pop" coffeeshop idea that I adored and supported will have one less customer. I do not recommend this cafe.
Coffee and wine go hand in hand at this neighborhood nook in Poncey Highlands. – In Short
The cozy cafe has filled a niche for coffee and wine connoisseurs, featuring an smorgasbord of flavors. The house coffee, Selva Negra, is grown by the owner's parents in Matagalpa, Nicaragua. Other favorites include Brazil Yellow Bourbon and Sumatran Kebayakan. The wine list offers more than 100 varieties, and the knowledgeable staff can help navigate the choices. Assorted cheese plates and snacks round out the menu. Tea and sweets are also on tap.
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