Jittery Joe's

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Jittery Joe's
IndustryCoffee Roasting and Coffee Shops
HeadquartersAthens, GA

Jittery Joe's is a chain of coffeehouses based in Athens, Georgia. In 1994, the first Jittery Joe’s opened in downtown Athens, near the famed 40 Watt Club. Open 24 hours a day, they offered fresh coffee roasted in-store. There are now five locations in Athens, two in Watkinsville, Georgia, and one each in the Georgia cities of Cartersville, Alpharetta, and Buford.

Jittery Joe's expanded into the New York market in August opening a shop inside of LIM College. Drawing acclaim from the New York Times within a month of opening, the store instantly became a Midtown favorite. Unfortunately, the store closed in January, 2013.

Jittery Joe's occasionally collaborates with local artists, such as with the recording of Jeff Mangum's album Live at Jittery Joe's and releasing Kishi Bashi's own line of coffee.[1]

Professional cycling team[edit]

A Mini Cooper decorated in Jittery Joe's logos.

Jittery Joe's sponsors a UCI Continental team consisting of professional and amateur riders that compete primarily in USA Cycling Professional Tour and UCI America Tour road bicycle racing events.

In 2006, for the fifth year in a row, the company serves as the premier title sponsor of the Jittery Joe’s Pro Cycling Team powered by Zero Gravity, which competes in road bicycle racing events throughout the United States and has raced internationally in Australia and South Africa.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Kishi Bashi Turns Lighght to Daark With New Coffee Blend". TRANSVERSO. Retrieved 2015-11-05.

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