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cafe nineteen

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232 19th StreetAtlanta, GA 30363


  • cafe nineteen - Atlanta, GA -  whitneyd

    Reviews: 7

    Don't Bother
    whitneyd (7 reviews)

    Took an out-of-town friend to Atlantic Station and our first stop was for something to drink. From the outside this looked like the place, coffee, milkshakes, desserts ,etc. Went up to the counter & were told if we wanted to 'dine in' we would need to wait for a server. After both of us had time to separately visit the dirty restrooms, (10 min) we finally got menus. Ordering a smoothie, coffee, and berry tart that sat in the display case. After bringing us our tiny drinks 7 minutes later, still no tart. We asked again, she said she would "check on that." By this point we had been there 30 minutes. Ridiculous. They were NOT that busy and others around us had gotten food made in the kitchen. The ONLY redeeming factor was that the server comped our drinks after seeing how frustrated we were going up to the counter to pay for our overpriced drinks.

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  • cafe nineteen - Atlanta, GA -  MelodyGirl

    Reviews: 17

    Prejudice and discriminating
    MelodyGirl (17 reviews)

    The first time I went there with my sister and my baby, I was treated fine. The service, however, was quite slow/poor. The second time, I was supposed to meet another "mom" friend there for coffee and dessert. The place seemed hip and nice to bring a child and sit outside and enjoy a little coffee and cake while catching up with another mom. Right when I walked in, I was caught at the door by one of the servers and told there were no tables available, however, it was obvious there were open tables available inside as well as outside. I was shocked and disguised. They should put a sign on the door - no families allowed! or "We discriminate against children" Seems they just aim for young and rich crowds - too bad the place is usually empty.

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