Need caffeine while on your commute or looking for a place to work or study? Check out these coffee shops near MARTA stations.
Five Points Station
Ebrik Coffee Room
In the middle of all the action downtown and next to all rail lines, Ebrik Coffee Room is the go-to spot for coffee near the Five Points MARTA station and the Georgia State University campus. Take the Peachtree Street exit out of the Five Points station and turn left on Peachtree, right on Decatur Street then left on Park Place.
Cafe Lucia is tucked away in the Healey Building in the historic Fairlie-Poplar District and has a small breakfast menu in addition to cafe beverages. Take the Forsyth Street exit out of the Five Points station and turn right. You can also use the Peachtree Center MARTA station for a more pleasant walk (via the Ellis Street/Peachtree Street West library exit).
Peachtree Center Station
Starbucks – AmericasMart
Take the John Portman/Harris Street exit out of the station and follow the signs to Peachtree Street West. Turn left. This Starbucks is next to AmericasMart.
Get a hot drink inside the 191 Tower. It is closest to the Ellis Street/Peachtree Street East exit. Turn right at street level.
Take the Ellis Street/Peachtree Street West exit out of the station. At street level keep walk straight ahead past the public library. Dunkin’ Donuts is just ahead on the right.
Starbucks – Woodruff Park
Take the Ellis Street/Peachtree Street West exit out of the station and walk south on Peachtree Street.
Head to the Ritz-Carlton’s coffee shop on Peachtree Street seven days a week for coffee, tea and snacks. Use the Ellis/Peachtree Street East exit and turn left on Peachtree Street.
Now open across from the Midtown MARTA station, this coffee shop is a transit commuter’s dream. The Tech Trolley stops across the street as well, so it is a great spot to kill time while you wait for a MARTA bus or trolley connection. Exit the station via Peachtree Place.
Starbucks – 7th Street
Take the Peachtree Place exit out of the station and turn left on Peachtree Place. Walk a block to Peachtree Street and turn right. Starbucks is two blocks down on the left.
Arts Center Station
1280 Peachtree St Ste 100-A
Head to the Woodruff Arts Center for Octane Coffee starting at 7 a.m. on weekdays. Follow the signs to Arts Center Way after exiting the fare gates at the Arts Center MARTA station, which is two levels up. At street level, cross the street to reach stairs and an elevator that lead to the Woodruff Arts Center courtyard.
Lindbergh Center Station
This might be the closet coffee shop to MARTA as it is almost directly on top of the Lindbergh MARTA Station. It is easiest to exit in the middle of the station and to the west of the tracks (opposite Lindbergh Center main street). Not hard to miss, it is right next to the Uptown Square apartments and south of the bus bay.
Starbucks – Lenox Square Mall
Inside Lenox Square Mall is a Starbucks for your caffeine cravings. Enter the mall through the JW Marriott hotel.
Right next to the station is the Corner Bakery, where you can get breakfast and lunch as well as coffee and other hot drinks. Take the first set of stairs out of the station and turn left.
After exiting the fare gates, take the pedestrian tunnel underneath Peachtree Road. At street level, turn right. The restaurant and bakery is in the first building on the right.
Use the north/bridge exit over Ga. 400 to exit the station, following the signs on the left to Tower Place.
Walk across Peachtree Road in front of the station for a quick caffeine boost.
For sweets and coffee, Sugar Shack is also across the street from the Brookhaven MARTA station.
Hungry? Get breakfast with your coffee at the Waffle House next to the station. As a bonus, you don’t have to cross busy Peachtree Road.
Traveling on the north red line? Hop of the train at Dunwoody and enter Perimeter Mall for a Starbucks and Nordstrom Ebar Artisan Coffee.
Sandy Springs Station
Above the station in the shopping center is a Starbucks.
Georgia State Station
There’s a Waffle House immediately next to the station’s Piedmont Road exit (turn right).
Walk about a block from the station to reach Saxbys on the Georgia State University campus.
King Memorial Station
Blue Donkey Craft Coffee is an 8-minute walk away from the King Memorial MARTA station.
Java Cats Cafe
Just slightly further away on foot, Java Cats Cafe features cats available for adoption.
Inman Park Station
Technically a bakery, Proof Bakshop is a colorful spot next to the Inman Park MARTA station with plenty of baked goods and hot drinks to go around. Follow the signs pointing to Inman Park to leave the station and at street level, walk straight ahead past the bus bay and turn left on Hurt Street. Note that the station exit to Inman Park is currently closed until March 2019, so this location is not very walkable until then.
East Lake Station
Revolution Doughnuts and Coffee
If you love sweet treats with your coffee, Revolution Doughnuts has you covered near the East Lake MARTA station. Exit the station via South Parking, and at street level immediately veer left to walk through the bus bay to a small stairway leading to W. College Avenue. Turn right on W. College and walk about five minutes.
Starbucks – Decatur Square
Take the Church Street exit out of the station and turn left. Immediately walk up the stairs to the plaza above the station. Turn right at the first building and walk the length of the storefronts. Starbucks in on the end next to Ponce de Leon Avenue.
West End Station
640 West Community Cafe
A short walk from the West End MARTA station, this cafe has food and regular events.
East Point Station
Head to Mocha Delites for coffee near the East Point station.
Last updated January 2019