Case Study Coffee Downtown in Portland

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Few Plugs

Original Scout + Editors

Community verified
Darren Buckner

Who's clocked in to get work done here

Workspace Details + Amenities

Food pastries, bagels
Seating Capacity 40+
Group Space Little to None
Types of Seating Small tables, Standing bar / counter
Keywords Air Conditioned, Natural Light, Has Power
Web casestudycoffee.com  

Pro Tips

A great place to stay a while and get work done.

Plenty of tables, clean, good atmosphere albeit a bit loud. Cool downtown place.

  • This is my favorite place to work downtown. Phenomenal coffee, decent enough internet speeds, ample seating, and power outlets. Food trucks nearby if you get hungry, and right on MAX.

    It can get loud, so bring earbuds. Not great for co-working, but perfect for solo work.

  • Lots of seating, power outlets, cool interior and decent wifi. However, pretty loud music and sounds from the coffee bar. Wishing I brought earplugs.

  • Better screenshot: http://cl.ly/290d2N230Y3e

  • I’ve experienced slow speeds here as well and didn’t have great expectations today. I was prepared to tether. But I just did a new speed test and it’s not bad. http://cl.ly/402x3L3Q2z0q

  • The internet connection is pretty poor, but the library network across the street is freely accessible from here and a bit better.

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