Sponsored

Coffee & Cocoa in Salt Lake City

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Plugs everywhere

Original Scout + Editors

Community verified
aarondewald

Who's clocked in to get work done here

Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee Silver Bean Coffee
Tea Loose leaf. Not sure about brand, but there's tea.
Food Minimal. Cookies and pastries
Seating Capacity 20+
Outside Seating 4
Group Space Some
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger table, Standing bar / counter, Lounge chairs / couches
Keywords coffee, canyons, big cottonwood,, Outdoor Seating, Has Power
Web

Pro Tips

This is a fun place to work.

There is plenty of seating here and there seem to be outlets everywhere. The wifi is fast. They have a 5Ghz connection so it's really speedy. I don't know if they're changing the password daily, however. It's printed on a whiteboard in the back.

I've been going here a while, and I've always found a good working vibe. It's a bit noisier than other places - lots of conversations going on, so don't be afraid to chat while you're in here.

Lots of spaces to lay out. Five or six round tables, though they'll only seat two. There's a six person table, two couches, four lounge chairs. Did I mention outlets every three feet?

The coffee is fine. They've got some pastries and cookies for sale. I don't remember if there are sandwiches or anything. There are a few restaurants in the vicinity, a sports bar, a greek spot, thai. So if you're hangry, plenty to eat in the area.

Great views of the mountains, as well.

The vibe here isn't as intimate as some local joints, but don't let that deter you from giving it a shot.


Get Inspired.

Stories from our community magazine #Untethered — the largest remote work newsletter.
Subscribe to our newsletter and never miss an issue.


Portland, Oregon coworking space Urban Office

Coworking Space Spotlight: Urban Office

Our Community

Untethered Weekly Roundup: September 11–15, 2017

Blog

Do Work You Crave: 3 Tips for Remote Workers

Pro Tips

Untethered Weekly Roundup: September 10, 2017

Blog


The mobile workforce is a force to be reckoned with — once it finds a place to sit.

Michael Andor Brodeur, Boston Globe

#1 Tool for Remote and Independent Workers Everywhere

—Inc.

making it easier than ever to get things done while out on the road

—Lonely Planet
download_apple_app_store_badge
google-play-badge