East Portland Coffee Roasters in Portland

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Several Plugs

Original Scout + Editors

Community verified
Jewel Mlnarik

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee East Portland Coffee Roasters: roasted in house
Food ice cream, smoothies, fresh squeezed juices, paninis, salads, soup, pastries
Seating Capacity 32
Group Space Little to None
Types of Seating Small tables, Standing bar / counter
Keywords Has Food, Air Conditioned, Cash Only, Natural Light, Has Power, Has Food

Pro Tips

Outlets along the wall, so reachable for tables along the wall, and on the underside of the standing bar (2 outlets per 8 chairs). Gets loud when the grinder runs, otherwise it's on the quiet side with light classical, jazz and sound of water fountain. Solid wooden chairs and 10 tiny 1-2 top tables, 3 larger 4-tops and a standing bar with bar height chairs.

  • I haven’t been here in a very long time, because the WiFi here was always problematic for me. Today I came to study after SE PCC library closed. The WiFi is so slow here it’s amazing it works at all, and I have a new, very nice laptop that normally doesn’t have trouble connecting anywhere. Once again, it’s time to chug down my coffee and hop a bus in search of greener pastures. And it’s really too bad… with all the power outlets here, as well as long hours, it would be the perfect place to work if it weren’t for the WiFi problem.

  • Didn’t notice if it is in the stats but this place is 24 open hours. You don’t normally get house roasted coffee and St. Honore bakery’s pastries at a 24/7 joint. Wifi seemed strong as well.

  • WiFi – EPCR.24.7, p/w: *****

  • Thanks! Updated 😉

  • Wifi has changed! SSID is EPCR.24.7, pass is ****

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