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Lost Lake Cafe & Lounge in Seattle

Cafe / Restaurant
Louder Noise
Few Plugs

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Alcohol Beer, Wine, Cocktails
Food American, brunch, vegan, gluten free
Group Space Yes
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger tables, Standing bar / counter
Keywords Alcohol, Has Power
Web lostlakecafe.com  

Pro Tips

It's not a typical workspace but it's open 24hrs!!


  • Reported: Noise level is high – typically loud music and full restaurant. They just opened an awesome outdoor seating area where you can get wifi – it’s awesome! I would say it’s not great for groups, as you’d need to take over a table and that could be a bit rushed since they get so busy. That’s about it for now!

  • 24 Hours. Wifi is hit or miss in terms of speed but good enough if you’re not doing anything too bandwidth heavy. Great breakfast served all day long!
    Service can be a bit slow so don’t expect to be in and out. Not a problem if you’re setting up shop for a couple hours to crank out some work. I usually camp out at the diner style bar and down cup after cup of vita coffee after my breakfast sammie while figuring out the latest challenge in my workflow!

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