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Capital One 360 Café in San Francisco

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Plugs everywhere

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee Peet's Coffee
Food cookies, packaged sandwiches, non-alcoholic drinks
Seating Capacity 40+
Group Space Yes
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger tables, Standing bar / counter, Lounge chairs / couches
Keywords Group Friendly, Popular
Web www.capitalone360.com/cafes/sanfrancisco-unionsquare  

Pro Tips

It's a Peet's coffee shop inside a bank. It has a lot of space and outlets everywhere. You can sit on a table or on big couches. The wi-fi is not good though, because it's crowded and everybody's working on a laptop. So I recommend using your own 3G or working on things that work with a slow connection.



There are three floors of seating, including armchairs, tables for groups, tables for pairs, and bar-height tables and chairs. With the exception of some of the armchairs, most tables have access to at least one outlet. All seating is indoor, and it is usually quiet enough to take a brief call. Suitable for events.



Outlets: yes, but strategically distributed along the walls, among the various seating arrangements throughout the building. WiFi is best after 4, when it's also easiest to find a seat. Typically crowded before 4pm. Happy hour on Fridays, free drinks.


  • Not open Sat or Sun.

  • Nice, open space with lots of natural light. Free wifi with a number of outlets and seating at large work tables or in comfy chairs. Corporate feel, but lively and energetic. This space gives you the ability to work freely but still allows small bouts of people watching and daydreaming.

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