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KIVA Tea Bar & Spa in Portland

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Few Plugs

Original Scout + Editors

Community verified
Darren Buckner

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Food small plates, snacks
Seating Capacity under 20
Group Space Little to None
Keywords Has Food, Outdoor Seating, Has Power
Web kivateaspa.com  

Pro Tips

They've added more seating, including a bar with benches (and an outlet strip!) along the ramp that leads to more seating in next door Lane Gallery. They now also have more than just snack plates: breakfast and Asian bowls, plus a few sandwiches.


  • One more note: There is now a gallery next door which (when open) provides extra seating for Kiva customers.

  • They have bench seating for 6-8 more people over by a wall of products toward the back. This seating area includes eight power outlets.

  • This place is unique. It’s a Tea Bar and a Spa. They have good Wi-Fi and I love the open air seating. There are some amazing teas to try here and I’ve found their small plates and snacks are awesome. I really enjoy the fresh dried mango slices! The seating and power is limited.

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