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A laptop-friendly space in Portland

Darren Buckner

Back of the space has a nice long table for groups and some bar seating that offers some privacy if you want it. There are outlets in the floor near the seating up front. Some tables outside. There's another outlet at the very back of the space (at the end of the long table). There is no wifi on weekends (a plus or minus, depending). The bar has little signs that say "We kindly ask: no laptops at the bar," so is best for other kinds of work.

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Type of Space


Today | All Hours
Avg. WiFi Speed 27 Mb/s Details
WiFi Login BaristaGuests | baristacoffee
Background Noise Moderate to low
Group Seating
Outdoor Seating
Types of Seating Small tables, larger table
Accessible Outlets Limited
Community Tags Outdoor Seating, Air Conditioned, Alcohol, Has Power
Alcohol Options Beer
Food Options pastries
Scout Date June 2014
Last Updated October 2015

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  • se7enc

    Twice I’ve tried working here in the afternoon, and both times the wifi was very limited. They declined to restart their router and blamed the issue on me. Since my job has too many phone calls, the opportunity to work outside the house is rare and has to be enjoyable.

  • Barista seems to be going for a more up-scale atmosphere and seems to discourages electronics. There is a sign on the bar “No Laptops on the Bar”. They also disable wifi completely on the weekend. Certainly not the most work-friendly location in the area.

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