Case Study Coffee on Alberta in Portland

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Several Plugs

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee Case Study Coffee
Tea FoxFire Tea, Dragonfly Tea
Food Roman Candle & Petunia's gluten-free pastries
Seating Capacity 28
Outside Seating 20
Group Space Some
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger table
Keywords Has Power

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Rowland 40/4 chairs. Outlets can be found along the back and side walls upstairs. Parking is tough on Alberta so look on the residential side streets. House-made syrups. Look upstairs for best spots if you want to stay a while, as the ground floor is often occupied by folks coming and going and short chats. Can get hot upstairs on hot days (no A/C) but fine all other times. Good WiFi and outlet placement.

  • New updates! There is no password for the wifi, but it asks your name and email address.

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  • The wifi password has been changed to portland.

  • Wifi has been solid for me today.

  • I had returned a few days later and the Internet was working MUCH better. It’s a great space with great coffee and staff. If they can just sort the wifi issues out it I’d visit more frequently.

  • Workfrom

    That’s no good. Looks like folks have been having trouble recently. Thanks for the update!

  • Portia

    Good space and coffee but couldn’t connect to the wifi today.

  • Workfrom

    ugh! thanks for sharing & letting others know. we’ll see if we can help Case Study bring back their better WiFi. (you’ll also notice that it’s no longer listed as “reliable”)

  • Today the WiFi signal kept dropping, resetting and then re-connecting. Annoying.

  • Great space. Highly recommended. There is a wifi passcode: “albertaarts”.

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