Published on August 18th, 2015 |


Full Cup Bread Co. & cafe ‘out of business’ at Powers Ferry Square

Full Cup, a fresh bread bakery and cafe, has gone out of business at Powers Ferry Square shopping center on Roswell Road in north Buckhead, according to a report by Atlanta Tomorrow’s News Today.

Sign on door at Full Cup last Saturday. Photo by Tomorrow's News Today.

Sign on door at Full Cup last Saturday. Photo by Tomorrow’s News Today.

Full Cup served a variety of fresh breads, muffins and fiber energy bars as well assorted sandwiches, soups and beverages. A simple sign posted to the door of the 604-square-foot bakery announced this past Saturday that “Full Cup is out of Business.”

The locally owned boutique bakery had previously been located in Buckhead’s West Village but relocated to its current home in 2011. The former Full Cup on Paces Ferry Place is today home to Jenny Levison’s Cafe Jonah & the Magical Attic, according to the TNT report.

TNT said in its article that one reason Full Cup closed is new casual eatery Bartaco, which opened this year in place of Dunkin’ Donuts and monopolizes a majority of the nearby parking.

Adjacent to what was the Full Cup space, a new doughnut shop, Bon Glaze, plans to open later this year, according to TNT, but it may have similar parking issues.

Both Full Cup and Bon Glaze attract consumers looking to run in for a quick bite or to grab some food to go and TNT said this type of quick errand is made difficult given the parking issues that exist and has been made worse by the nearly all day popularity of Bartaco.

To read the entire TNT article, go here.


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