Oui Presse in Portland

Cafe / Restaurant
Lower Noise
Few Plugs

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee Stumptown, espresso, drip
Tea iced & hot tea
Food home made bread, toast, soups, cake, cookies
Seating Capacity 24
Outside Seating 4
Group Space Little to None
Types of Seating Small tables, Standing bar / counter
Keywords Air Conditioned, Has Power
Web oui-presse.com  

Pro Tips

Look for outlets under the standing desks / window bar. A/C. Great rack of magazines for purchase and offer the NY Times for sale. Quiet discussions with music at a medium volume (currently 90s pop).

  • The “Lower Noise” claim is not accurate, IMHO. It’s so small you hear everything & everyone around you, including the kitchen, coffee stuffs, and music.

  • Small space, outdoor patio, friendly owners, also sells indie magazines, free wifi, good AC in summer! 6 tiny spots indoor for 2 – 4, in good weather another 6 two tops outside

  • They have AC!!

    Also, house-made chocolate chip cookies and cakes (pistachio honey and caramel w/cream cheese frosting) are the bomb.
    Wifi password is pinotnoir

  • They have some of the best marionberry jam I’ve tried since I moved to Oregon.

  • Only place I’d ever pay $4 for toast. MAN.

  • Workfrom

    thanks for the tip & oooh yes … i can corroborate. i never thought toast could taste that good, but the mix of their homemade french bread & jellies … divine!

  • If you do make it to this spot and need a snack, get the PB&J Royale! It is delicious and worth the $5

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