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Baker & Spice in Portland

Cafe / Restaurant
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Few Plugs

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee Espresso and drip
Food Pastries- sweet and savory. Soup, salads, sandwiches
Seating Capacity 40
Group Space Some
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger table, Standing bar / counter
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Web bakerandspicebakery.com  

Pro Tips

It's busy but the atmosphere is cozy and warm. Have a hankering for a really delicious pastry while you work this is the spot



Known for their baked goods. Large community table for small groups and tiny tables for the solo worker.


  • If you want Wi-Fi, be prepared to try to piggyback on either the coop’s or Starbucks’ service as the bakery does not have its own. Location is very busy and may prove too distracting for some as it can be crowded and loud. Environment is best suited for intense work projects not requiring a connection or simply catching up on reading. Always great food and coffee.

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