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Three places to work when the sun comes out in Portland

Update: You can now filter by outdoor-seating so you can find more great places in any city.

There is a special vibe in the air when the sun comes out in Portland. It’s basically paradise. If you want to enjoy the weather and still get some work done, here’s just a few good workspots to visit in Portland.

Barista Pearl

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Great because the outdoor seating sits up high on a fun street in the Pearl District. A great spot for sun, people watching and some work.

Vivace Cafe

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Great because the outdoor seating is tucked away. It’s perfect if you need some air but don’t want too much going on around you.

Crema Coffee and Bakery

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Great because the space is outfitted with large track doors that open up and provide a wonderful outdoor-in experience.

Know of a great workspot that’s not on this list? Tell us in the comments!


Comments

  • iamkrisKristen on

    Cannot wait for the weather to warm up, so I can work outside! Yesterday was almost 80 and I hung outside River Maiden in the ‘Couv. They’ve got a couple tables that are in the shade, so that’s another option for those of us working remotely from the ‘Couv 🙂 They also serve Stumptown and their baristas are amazing.

  • jewel mlnarik on

    Waypost has the best outdoor workspace I can think of, complete with sun umbrellas and a community managed, edible garden. Close seconds are Tiny’s off Hawthorn & Woodlawn near Dekum triangle for their shaded decks & Kenilworth on Gladstone for its spacious yard.

  • Danielle Alexander on

    Perfect combo for outdoor working: Seating + WiFi + Outlets. Those laptops heat up quickly. Shade element is optional 🙂

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