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Atlanta: Drip Coffee

Catherine and Elle introduced me to the Glenwood Park neighborhood and to Drip Coffee. I realized later that I had already visited Drip's other location in Hapeville. We really enjoyed our visit: great drinks, wonderful snacks, and a very helpful staff.

We went all out. Our drinks were a mocha, a hazelnut cooler, and a Pellegrino. We couldn't help but order the chocolate cake, which was superb. The cake was moist and tender. It was complemented by a buttercream icing, chocolate pudding center, and flakes of chocolate on the side. We had to eat it in small bites, not only thanks to its richness, but also to be sure we enjoyed all the flavor components.

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