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Mercury Cafe +3

201 Octavia St, San Francisco
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Overview

Bright and sunny in a great corner location in Hayes Valley. Lots of tables and a few power outlets along the bench. Solid sandwich and salad selection on top of serving typical light breakfast fare and coffee drinks. Also has some good craft beer on draft. Best Workfrom hours are 9 am to 11:30 am and 2 pm to 4 pm.


WiFi Details

Download Speed 10 Mb/s
Upload Speed 0.9 Mb/s
Latency 25 Ms
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More about this workspace

Type of Space

Open to the public

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Background Noise Unknown
Places to Charge Limited
Food
Coffee
Tea
Alcohol
Group Seating
Outdoor Seating -
Types of Seating Small tables
Coffee Options Locally roasted De La Paz coffee, drip, espresso, french press
Alcohol Options Beer
Food Options locally sourced salads, sandwiches, breakfast, soups, baked goods
Updated October 2014

Listing provided by Dan Farrelly

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People are saying  

  • shunyamada

    Loved among digital nomads, I am one of them. I ordered a cup of coffee, $3.5. There’s a handful of tables, yet most of them taken by hipsters on their Mac Book pros, after lunch time is too late for getting a seat.

  • mikemccaffrey

    One of my favorite cafes in the city. It is a bright, beautiful, airy place to stop for a coffee in the morning, and there is plenty of seating for working on a laptop in the afternoon. It is also a great place to meet people to work on a project, as it never gets too loud to talk. The sandwiches make for a fresh and tasty lunch or snack. The individual drip brew can take a while to finish, so order a cold brewed iced coffee if you can’t wait for the caffeine.

  • Wifi works fine. Password is coffeeandpie

  • aarondewald

    I would agree with the original reviewer. This is a cute little place that has plenty of seating and has a pretty chill vibe. They’ve got a good selection of coffee and tea as well as some sandwiches, soups, and other snack-y, breakfast-y, brunch-y things. Can’t complain with beer on tap, either. I don’t know about the wifi as I’m tethering, but I’m sure it works fine. Lots of two person tables, three four person tables, and a few outdoor seats.

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