Nectar Cafe in Portland

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Several Plugs

Original Scout + Editors

Community verified
Darren Buckner

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Alcohol Beer, Wine, Cocktails
Food bagels, waffles, sandwiches, burritos, nachos, soup, vegan, gluten free, pastries, smoothies
Seating Capacity 16
Group Space Some
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger table, Standing bar / counter
Keywords Has Food, Alcohol, Has Power
Web nectarcoffeebar.com  

Pro Tips

Has a natural juice bar, lots of vegan and gluten free options. One of very few places in Hollywood neighborhood.

  • Good food, good wifi and friendly staff. The only issue is the lack of outlets. Otherwise, a great place to get work done.

  • Wifi password: ilikecoffee

  • Lovely little spot and has a delicious chai to keep you productive. Lots of alternative milk options and they blend their chai, which is always delightful. Seems hard to find spots that offer fresh pressed juices that aren’t already pressed and in a bottle — they’ve got a lot of juices here! Carrot, orange, etc with a plethora of smoothie options, too. This is my favorite kind of coffee & tea shop!

  • Awesome place with fresh juices, smoothies, food, coffee, and beer on tap!

  • Nice chill spot, good wifi, comfy seats, and a little nook for standing bar by the window. Also, super yummy gf waffles. And lots of veggie and vegan friendly food.

  • Paige Hendrix

    Nectar Cafe has a great vibe. It smells delicious when you walk in the door, the music is great for working (Radiohead, Little Dragon, Telepopmusik, etc.) and the menu has a variety of options. The owner, Natasha, is very helpful and welcoming. Nestled in the Hollywood Neighborhood, it’s easy to bike, walk, bus or drive to.

  • I just got here and sat down and I need to say that they have, hands down, the most comfortable chairs of any cafe I’ve been to in Portland.

  • Great WiFi, food and high-back padded chairs.

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