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Exploration, A Photographer’s Creative Journey

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Nightmares & Daydreams Artist Reception

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James Kenneth Live

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Phantasm Art in Inman Park

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Welcome Back G&G Productions

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More About Our Company

Inman Perk Coffee was once just a family’s idea — an idea to bring really good coffee and a warm, comfortable atmosphere to the Inman Park neighborhood of Atlanta, Georgia. Today, the reality is that you can enjoy a variety of delicious specialty hot and cold beverages—along with decadent desserts, engaging artwork, and a free wireless Internet hotspot — in two metro Atlanta locations.

Inman Park is often called “Atlanta’s oldest neighborhood”—and today, it thrives as a community of people who are interested in making their neighborhood a better place. Inman Perk Coffee believes in that goal, and one of our missions is to use our stores to help the communities around us. We also work hard to protect and better the environment through our products and practices. We want you and your friends and family to be able to enjoy our coffee for generations to come.

As a family-owned and family-run business, we are constantly in contact with our customers and looking for ways to enhance your experience at our stores. Our Gainesville and Inman Park locations are open to serve you.

Whether you stop in regularly on your way to work in the mornings, or you bring your friends on special occasions for a fabulous evening of dessert and conversation, we hope you’ll be able to see the love and care we’ve put into Inman Perk to make it a truly unique and special coffee shop. Not only are our drinks made to exacting standards—which our Golden Cup award and commitment to Sustainable Coffee and Fair Trade products show—but our staff is genuinely concerned about making your moments at Inman Perk a pleasure.

We hope to see you soon!

We think you’ll agree that Inman Perk Coffee is one of life’s little perks!

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Recent Blog Posts

May 9, 2012 |

You Dig Sam Roper and Other Obvious Statements

You Dig Sam Roper and Other Obvious Statements

February 1, 2012 |

New Ink

An inky little treat from Inman Perk Gainesville’s resident artist extraordinaire, Sam Roper.  Stickers loom in the near future . . ....

January 18, 2012 |

January Artist Carrie McKinney

Carrie McKinney: “I truly feel released from my pressures and life stresses when I am creating, healing art.  I transition my thoughts and feelings into reality by using the tools that God gave me.  The broken pieces of my life have been shifting, creating reflections through my art.  you will see glimmers of light that are showing who I am transitioning into.  My desire is to provide inspiration and hope to all those who see my work for there is hope and a future if you continue to press through.”...

December 5, 2011 |

Gifts for the Holidays!

The holidays are drawing closer, which means time for gift giving!  Inman Perk will be offering gift baskets for the holiday season.  Our baskets can range from small mugs filled with coffee and tea, to larger baskets with mugs and a wide range of products.  These gift mugs and baskets make excellent office and teacher gifts as well.  Please come by and let us know how we can help fulfill some holiday...

December 5, 2011 |

December Artist Sam Raynor!

We are so excited to have local artist Sam Raynor displaying her artwork for the month of December.   Please come by and check it out!  Paintings can be purchased for Christmas as well as commissioned from Sam personally.   “Dr. Suess once said, “Why fit in, when you were born to stand out?” In this world we call home we are overrun with examples of mundane existence. I feel that our Creator has called us all to be who we were specifically designed to be…truly unique. Not only have we been given life to glorify our Creator in becoming who He has sculpted us to be, but that we do so with colorful...

November 3, 2011 |

November Artist Anne Trippe

Anne Trippe’s Artist’s Statement and Bio After almost 50 years, I have been rediscovering the world of art.  Since retiring, I am being challenged to relearn some basics of design, color and composition.  Sometimes I paint intuitively and enjoy transitioning between styles.  I occasionally experiment with representational images having unexpected color.  Although I execute paintings primarily in acrylic, I am a proponent of “whatever works” in mixing media.   Creativity can be expressed if we sometimes risk venturing outside the lines….whatever that means for each of us.  It is always exciting and surprising to see the outcomes of my painting efforts….even when I “strike out” and the result of my experimenting is a mess. ...

September 17, 2011 |

September Artist Carlos Solis

Inman Perk Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with artist Carlos Solis, a native of Venezuela. Surreal Reality – paintings on canvas and panel. Media:  oil and polymer acrylic. “In my infinite world of imagination, I try to convey and stimulate the mythic and spiritual elements of visual expression.  My artistic passion begins with magnificent elements of nature – fauna and flora; natural beauty involves its selective conditions.  For example, the majestic animals of the Amazon and the indigenous people of my homeland of Venezuela, the Guajiros, are often featured within my paintings, I always try to expand my work to other areas of reality and with spiritual meaning.  Therefore, I have a tendency to go...

August 8, 2011 |

August Artist Charles-Ryan

  We are thrilled to have Athens photographer Charles-Ryan Barber displaying in our Gainesville location this month!   Series Explanation: “California Summer Night Lights” This was a simple experiment that turned itself into an art series during my travels in the summer of 2011.  I was riding in the front seat of a car on the way back to West Hollywood from a surfing excursion in Malibu, California, when for no other reason that curiosity and a severe case of ADHD, I decided to see what the passing lights would look like if I spun my camera around and around during a long exposure.  To my knowledge, I had never seen this done before,...

June 21, 2011 |

Chalkboard Art in Gainesville

Inman Perk in Gainesville has been lucky enough to have a very gifted artist in our midst since our opening.  Many who are regular visitors to our store will no doubt have noticed the amazing chalk art that graces our walls.  Sam Roper has been  nice enough to lend us his talents since we opened our doors.  Sam is a local artist from Gainesville who works in a variety of mediums.  His work can be seen not only in our store, but also during Art Walks on the square.  Our chalkboard serves as his public canvas when the mood strikes him and thus often changes from month to month.  Come by Inman in Gainesville...

April 4, 2011 |

Thank You to The Georgia Mountain Players!

Inman Perk Gainesville would like to say a big thanks you to the Georgia Mountain Players for including our name in its current show ‘Death and Taxes’.  They will be opening Thursday April 7th and running through April 16th.  All tickets can be purchased at the ticket office at the Georgia Mountain Center in downtown Gainesville. The theater group that is known for family friendly comedy is widely known for their smash hit ‘Smoke on the Mountain’ which runs in mid to late August.  If you are looking for a fun night out with the family this group is definitely one to check out.  Full of laughs, and now Inman Perk, the Georgia Mountain Players are...

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