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Atomica Caffe - Coffee Giant on Brunswick Street

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Atomica Caffe is a cool cafe on Brunswick Street that has delivered on ambience, imaginative food and killer coffee since 1996. Atomica is an interesting place with alternative art on the wall, exposed brick, a black and white tiled floor and often an eclectic crowd sitting around tables or perched at the window overlooking Brunswick Street.

Atomica is known for its great coffee. They started roasting coffee years ago and have remained a coffee giant on Brunswick Street. Atomica supplies several caqfes across Melbourne with their excellent coffee. Try a single origin Cuba or a cold drip. The coffee is great but I'd argue Atomica is more than just a great coffee haven.

The food here is simple, gourmet and satisfying. Atomica has great breakfast options like the Croque Monsieur or Vegetarian breakfast. Try the Bratwurst sausage roll, the crispy pork roti wrap or a focaccia.

It's also hard to go past one of Atomics'a delectable cakes. Grab a slice of chocolate ginger flourless cake or lemon pistachio cake with your coffee. Cakes and pastries are baked in house.

Funky staff here are embracing. Particularly the dude with the Union Jack shirt.

There is also the opportunity to purchase euipment and their great coffee on site. Atomica is an impressive cafe with a great vibe.

 

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David Hagger is a bald headed man with a penchant for finery, convivial dining, and festive culture. He honestly believes Melbourne is an impressive global city.

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