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Elevator Cafe & Commons in Portland

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Plugs everywhere

Original Scout + Editors

Community verified
Jewel Mlnarik

Who's clocked in to get work done here

Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee Coava, full espresso
Tea Smith Tea, various bags
Alcohol Beer, Wine
Food breakfast & lunch sandwiches, pastries
Seating Capacity 25
Group Space Yes
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger tables
Keywords Has Food, Group Friendly, Natural Light, Alcohol, Has Power
Web www.elevatorpdx.com  

Pro Tips

Relatively new (4/22/2016) space in the center of a shared office building. (The shared offices are all dedicated - no hot desking or conference room reservations.) Power accessible at all of the community tables, including USB plugins in the center of the tables and additional power outlets on the floor. A small telephone booth can be used by small folks who don't mind standing through a call. Large glass garage doors roll open in nice weather for awesome outside-inside experience, fresh air and natural light. There is also A/C for those extra hot summer days.

wifi: Elevator-2.4G/elevator, Elevator-5G/elevator


  • Excellent spot. A variety of seating, from Adirondack chairs to tables with chairs. Great people. Noise level is fine. Super cappuccino!

  • Ok. This place is out of my way but I keep coming back. Patio seats, lots of bike parking, good music and this buckwheat scone just made me cry. Love it here.

  • Great space. One of the best in the city.

  • This is in the center of a co-working space.

  • Shared the Beet Hash sandwich with a friend and it does not disappoint. I also worked here for about 4 hours for my first time and will definitely be coming back

  • nice open air space. surrounding by other local app/tech businesses, like caviar.com food ordering, and plugs in the tables!

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