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Bread and Honey Cafe in Portland

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Several Plugs

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee Upper Left Roasters - full coffee bar - espresso, drip, cold brew
Tea Stash Premium Tea
Alcohol Beer, Wine
Food Breakfast, Brunch, Sandwiches, Soup, Pastries, Quiche
Seating Capacity 25-30
Outside Seating 10-15
Group Space Little to None
Types of Seating Small tables, Standing bar / counter
Keywords Coffee, Beer, Breakfast, Lunch, Wifi, Sandwiches, Soup, Tea, Pastries, Has Food, Outdoor Seating, Natural Light, Alcohol, Has Power
Web breadandhoneycafe.com  

Pro Tips

This cafe is new (5 weeks, as of adding it to Workfrom), so it is quiet and less crowded for now. Easily accessible outlets at the 2-seater tables by the front entrance. Free, reliable wifi, but a bit of a dead zone for cell service. Food & drinks are great!

Street parking nearby.


  • Food is great and the seating options are even better. I had no issues finding an open seat with a plug – the back patio is smack dab in the middle of a their beautiful building.

  • Wifi password: 12345678

    Working from here is fantastic, would definitely recommend making friends with Dyani & Trevor, the shop owners, as they can be a fun distraction once in a while. You have the option to sit inside at a booth, inside at a table, inside at a bartop with a view, outside near the street, or outside on the patio. Lots of options! Their food is great too. Highly Recommend.

  • Wifi Password currently: ****

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