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Ovation Coffee & Tea in Portland

Cafe / Restaurant
Lower Noise
Plugs Unknown

Original Scout + Editors

Community verified
Darren Buckner

Who's clocked in to get work done here

Workspace Details + Amenities

Food sandwiches, breakfast biscuits, salad, pastries
Seating Capacity 20-40
Group Space Some
Keywords Has Food, Outdoor Seating, Air Conditioned
Web www.ovationpdx.com  

Pro Tips

The power outlets are located along side the two concrete pillars and there is no background music.


  • fantastic service with a smile. the moroccan mint tea is ceremonially served in a silver pot and tasted great to boot. awesome place to work from!

  • Coffee is great and the chairs are the rope ones so they are super comfy!

  • Download speeds have increased dramatically of late. Much more reliable experience now.

  • Holy crap, this place is great. Some different fare that your traditional coffee shop, really friendly and knowledgable staff and nice, modern atmosphere with good natural light.

    You’re not kidding about the lack of outlets, though. They’re pretty few and far between. Come charged and ready…

  • jenf

    I appreciated the warm welcome and great advice while ordering. When they ask if you want drizzle, the correct answer is YES!

  • 5 flavors of whipped cream to choose from? What is this, heaven?

    No, but seriously. What a cool little place tucked away from the busy part of the Pearl.

  • The owners of Ovation always make me feel welcome. There may be no better place for natural light. WiFi is reliable and there are some great food option. They have a Sweet Moroccan Mint Tea that is very good. Give that a try!

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