Compass Coffee Roasting in Portland

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Plugs everywhere

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee Compass Coffee
Tea too many to list
Food Pastries and quick cold food options including vegan / vegetarian
Seating Capacity 12
Outside Seating 8
Group Space Some
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger table, Standing bar / counter
Keywords Coffee, wifi, Outdoor Seating, Has Power
Web www.compasscoffeeroasting.com  

Pro Tips

Sustainable coffee roasted by Compass Coffee themselves at their off-site roaster. Bright, modern, friendly space. Their baristas are friendly as ever. They have lots of food options, including vegan and vegetarian. There's a big table for up to 12-14 people to sit with a standing bar along the windows, and smaller tables that fit 2-4 people inside and outside. Lots of outlets. Paid meter parking during the week; free on weekends and after 6 pm.

  • New hours! They are open 6 am – 8 pm every day.

  • This place is dog-friendly and patrons are often bringing their dogs inside and their pups will work alongside them. Just a heads up for anyone with allergies or aversion to dogs 🙂

  • Compass has now moved to 817 Washington St, Vancouver, WA 98660 to a bigger space including:

    – 4 outdoor tables that seat 3 each
    – 1 large dinner table that seats 12-14
    – 7-8 small tables that seat 2-3
    – A standing bar that seats 8
    – Lots of quick cold food options including vegan / vegetarian
    – Lots of pastries
    – More sustainable coffee options
    – Most importantly, good vibes!

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