Good Coffee on Salmon in Portland

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Few Plugs

Original Scout + Editors

Community sourced
Darren Buckner

Who's clocked in to get work done here

Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee rose line, madcap
Food quiche, baguette sandwich
Seating Capacity 14
Outside Seating 7
Group Space Little to None
Types of Seating Small tables
Keywords artisan coffee, specialty coffee, clean bathroom, big windows, small, fast wifi, hipster, trendy, Outdoor Seating, Has Power
Web goodcoffeepdx.com  

Pro Tips

Big windows makes for good natural light. Smaller space but a good amount of workspace. Artisan/specialty coffee. Not much food here but there is food in the neighborhood. 4 outside tables, good music ( fairly loud though), inside tables small and cozy.

From their site: "We are proud to call this small and cozy space our home away from home."

SSID: GoodCoffee

  • Eventually had to relocate due to lack of outlets, but I love that there’s a lot of natural light.

  • This is definitely one of my favorite spots to work from on the Quality Coffee Shop Trail. Although the space is quite small, the seating layout is crafted in a way that there’s always a seat available when I’ve visited. Plenty of outdoor tables for two for the warmer months. The background music is always tastefully curated and is never overpoweringly loud. The coffee is top-notch and they’re always tinkering around with new libations, such as a Coffee Soda. The tea selection and quality is also impressive, as evidenced by the buttery smooth oolong I’m sipping on as I write this.

  • Weird ergonomic note: both Good Coffee locations have seats that are pretty low relative to the tables. Here, they mostly have backless stools. When I’m having a rough day with my lower back, it’s hard to find a comfy spot.

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