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Studio No.7 (Possibly closed)

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Few Plugs

Original Scout + Editors

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee French Press, Vietnamese iced, Ethiopian, Mexican w/ real cane sugar, etc
Tea Papaya ginger, Earl Grey Breakfast, etc
Food Chicken+waffles, varieties of tacos, shrimp + grits, rice dishes and more
Seating Capacity 20
Outside Seating N/A
Group Space Some
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger table, Standing bar / counter, Lounge chairs / couches
Keywords bar, lounge, art gallery, food, drinks, coffee, tea, downtown, Atlanta, Has Power
Web www.studiono7.com  

Pro Tips

This place is amazing! There is fast WiFi, endless meeting space, access to a full kitchen/bar/exquisite coffee+tea list as well as a variety of seating options (bar, couches, tables, etc). This venue serves as a bar and event space at night but recently started opening at 11:00am to accommodate creatives that need a workspace in downtown ATL. I would recommend going during the week and wrapping before Happy Hour begins! They also offer free parking passes but it's typically $5/day in the lot across the street.


  • I walked by this place in the middle of the day on a Thursday and it was not open. It looked run down on the outside, like it was not being maintained. I think it might be closed.

  • Nice location. I spend around 4 hours working from here one time. The music might be loud for some, but for me it was fine. If I needed to focus I just used my headphones. Staff was very nice. Great beverage and food options, specially the Vietnamese coffee. It was relatively empty on a Friday afternoon. I used an xfinity WiFi hotspot so I can’t comment on the wifi at the location, but the staff told me there was one available. Parking can be difficult in Downtown, I paid $5 across the street for a full day. I believe the price can variety depending on the day and events going on.

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