FiNCA TO FiLTER one of the many businesses around the Atlanta BeltLine helping to create a sense of community for BeltLine residents and visitors. This queer-owned and operated specialty coffee company has two locations near the Atlanta BeltLine Westside Trail—one at Wild Heaven West End Brewery & Gardens and the other inside the Adair Park co-working space, CreateATL.
Fun, innovative, approachable—FiNCA TO FiLTER aims to celebrate humanity’s finest moments through coffee—and the connections it brings. Founder Kayla Bellman is intentional and inclusive in her approach to business: sourcing coffee beans from queer, women, and BIPOC roasters, creating a safe space for queer coffee professionals to share their passion for the art with customers, or shaking up the drink menu with enticing seasonal specialty drinks that nod to history, place, and the shared human experience.
“The BeltLine has been catalytic for our business,” says Bellman, who is gearing up to open her third Finca to Filter location in Chosewood Park, just yards away from the Southside Trail. “Placement along the Atlanta BeltLine allows Finca to Filter to be a destination.”
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