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5 Great Places for Remote Work in San Francisco

 
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If you’re in San Francisco for TechCrunch Disrupt, odds are good that at some point during the conference you’ll need to find a place to get remote work done. Maybe your pitch deck needs some polish before your promising company hits the stage at Startup Battlefield. Or perhaps you’re a blogger eager to share your thoughts on the latest wearable tech you’ve seen at the show.

Have no worries — we’ve got you covered with these 5 spaces that feature reliable WiFi, killer coffee, and access to power.

Haus Coffee

The combination of plenty of outlets, free WiFi, and Ritual Coffee creates an ideal remote work environment at this popular Mission District cafe.

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Mercury Cafe

This bright and sunny spot in Hayes Valley offers fresh made-to-order sandwiches and house-made soups along with Four Barrel Coffee and a selection of craft beer.

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Coffee Bar

This open, modern space features top-notch coffee and a selection of healthy breakfast and lunch items. Specifically designed to be a place where people connect and get work done.

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Equator

Located in the same building as the historic Warfield Theatre, and right in the middle of the mid-Market tech district. There’s no time limit on the WiFi, so you can relax and enjoy their sustainably-sourced coffee or a glass of seasonal wine on tap while you do good work.

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Workshop Cafe

A cross between a co-working space and a cafe with both free and paid seating areas. You can conveniently order coffee and food from your phone and they’ll bring it to your seat.

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