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Desk & Mug in Portland

Private / Coworking Space
Lower Noise
Several Plugs

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Food None
Seating Capacity 40
Group Space Some
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger table, Standing bar / counter
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Web www.deskandmug.com  

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Membership only, no casual/day use, but you can contact on the website for a free trial day. Above an Irish Pub that starts cranking up live music around 7pm, so keep in mind for late workers. Not ADA (one flight of stairs access, no elevator). Lots of natural light. Very convenient to bus and MAX. Street bike parking and I believe there are a few indoor racks as well if you carry your bike up. One conference room.


  • I love that this space has a variety of sitting/standing arrangements; there are a couple of standing desks, many regular desks, bars, and couch and chairs. There’s also a little yoga area, a conference room, and a call room. I also love that it’s convenient to lots of things I might need on breaks — right across the street from a convenience store, near lots of places to eat, and right next door to a dispensary. 🙂

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