Jim & Patty's in Beaverton in Portland

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Several Plugs

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee Stumptown, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters
Food pastries, sweet and savory pies, breakfast, lunch, smoothies
Seating Capacity 50+
Outside Seating 10
Group Space Yes
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger tables, Lounge chairs / couches
Keywords Has Food, Outdoor Seating, Has Power

Pro Tips

One sofa up front that provides natural light and comfy seating. Large table in the back that works well for a small group. Power plugs are clustered towards the back of the store. Walking distance from Beaverton Transit Center. Sister store to Jim and Patty's in Northeast Portland on Fremont.

  • FYI … Have had issues with Wi-Fi connectivity and logging in to WorkFrom on my most recent two visits, which were on different days at different times of day. Can’t use the Clock In feature as I type. Extremely frustrating.

  • New addition adds plenty of light and about 15 tables, 3 bar tables, and bar seating for three more. Lots of outlets, too. Coffee options had include range of plant milks; however, rice milk has been unceremoniously discontinued. The community tables are made by pushing together two or three smaller tables. Outdoor seating is dog-friendly.

  • Free WiFi – no time limit

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