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3133 Ponce de Leon St · interesting places nearby
Fair Grinds information
Like many of the best indie coffee shops, Fair Grinds is comfy, hip and unpretentious. And, of course, it serves a good cup of joe. It also showcases local art and generally acts as the beating heart of Mid-City’s bohemian scene; plus, it supports community development associations and hosts regular folk-music nights. So grab your laptop and order a coffee.