Hours & Map
312 Church Street, Decatur, Georgia
Sunday - Thursday
12pm - 10pm
Friday - Saturday
12pm - 11pm
First-come, first-serve, FREE parking in the lot behind our shop on the corner of Church & Trinity.
Saturday, December 9, 2 – 6pm
Milk Chocolate, Dark Chocolate or White Chocolate
Pecans, Pistachios, Toasted Coconut, Peanuts, Gluten-Free Chocolate Crumbs or Gluten-Free Graham Cracker Crumbs
Milk Chocolate, Dark Chocolate, White Chocolate or Caramel
Cinnamon, Cocoa, Nutmeg, Sea Salt, Cayenne or Espresso
Catering & Events
Rent our Cart
$4.00/pop (including tax)
100 pop minimum order
Vending Cart Server
2 hours of service
Pick up Pops
$3.49/pop + tax
50 pop minimum required to preorder
Discount applied based on order size
Pops packed and ready for convenient pickup
For more information, call 678-996-1380 or email us at [email protected].
East Pole Coffee CompanyFounded in 2015 by Jared Karr and Jules Tompkins, who met in high school, East Pole is named for a video blog Jared hosted while living in Indonesia, the “East Pole” of the world. The roastery currently provides coffee to many Atlanta restaurants and coffee shops. East Pole, which roasts all beans on-site, offers six single-origin coffees, plus house blend Traffic.
Pearson FarmFor five generations the Pearson family has farmed the red clay of Crawford County, Georgia. More than 130 years ago, in 1885, Moses Winlock “Lockie” Pearson and his wife, Cornelia Emory “Emma”, moved to this area and planted the first peach trees for the Pearson family. In 1906, Lockie died at the age of 48 leaving Emma to continue raising children and working the farm. Emma and her oldest son, John, continued to farm, adding more land to the family holdings and planting more peaches. John married Rosa Lee “Mamma Lee” and the family thrived. Lawton, son of John and Rosa Lee, married Laurie Lanier in 1937 and they had three children: Peggy, Ann and Al. After college, Al joined his father in farming. In 1972, he married Mary McLennan whom he met at the University of Georgia and they also have three children – Mary Katherine, Lawton and Laurie. In 1973 Al began operating the farm as Big 6 Farm, a partnership effort owned by Al and his two sisters, farming together for 35 years. After finishing law school son Lawton and Al purchased the business in 2008 and began farming together.
Banner ButterIn 2012, armed with nothing more than a few 19th century dairy journals, a small mixer and a passion for simple and natural foods, Drew McBath and his wife Elizabeth embarked on a journey that would bring hand-crafted, deep-flavored butter to food lovers across the country. With plenty of encouragement from friends and family, Drew and Elizabeth began selling tiny runs of Banner Butter at a few farmers’ markets around Atlanta. Today, Banner Butter maintains its small-batch approach to butter making while selling across the southeast and Texas in Whole Foods, Earth Fare and Central Markets. While industrial scale butters are made with unripened cream and added "natural" flavoring, Banner Butter, a small-batch butter, is made with patiently-cultured cream from hormone-free, grass-fed cows with no added flavoring. Banner Butter goes big, but only in taste. Everything else is small, simple and slow.
Be adventurous. If you order a pop you don't like, please let us know and we will replace it for free!
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