Coffeehouse Five in Portland

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Plugs Unknown

Original Scout + Editors

Community verified
Darren Buckner

Who's clocked in to get work done here

Workspace Details + Amenities

Food Pastries, Sandwiches, Soups
Seating Capacity 20-40
Group Space Some
Keywords Has Food, Kid Friendly, Tea, Coffee, Espresso Drinks, Has Food, Alcohol, Juice Bar / Smoothies, Pet Friendly, Car Parking, Bike Parking
Web coffeehouse5.com  

Pro Tips

The tables are bolted into the floor. No wobble, no bumping your coffee onto your keyboard.

  • Password is now “forecast”. WiFi throughput is poor.

  • Wifi password is now ‘campsite’

  • Password has changed to:


  • Wifi password is “****”

  • current wifi ‘paradise’. gets busy with community college students during the day, but it’s still arguably the best literary-pun-themed place in town.

  • I advise against the sandwiches. They are pre-made, and mine was pretty old and gross. There are only 2 on the menu, and they are 1/2 sandwiches on cheap wheat bread for $4.25+ each. However, I complained and they were totally cool about giving me a refund.

  • I did not know this. Going to add it as a ‘pro tip’.

  • My favorite feature: The tables are bolted into the floor. No wobble, no bumping your coffee onto your keyboard. All coffeeshops should do this.

  • joel

    increasingly fond of this place. open til 8 is nice. the internet connection is fast. the three security guards always chat up the barista. they never hassle any of the people who sit in the chairs surrounding the space, so it has a low key neighborhood feel.

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