Papaccino's 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
Food pastries, snacks, bagels, cereal bar
Seating Capacity 40+
Group Space Yes
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They serve strong coffee. Lots of outlets. A mix of people and activities: working, talking, knitting, reading newspapers. Older folks, parents & children, college students.

  • No AC. Not so important most days of the year, except during the rare heat wave.

  • This place is kid-friendly–probably great if you have kids but can be noisy and kind of feel like a daycare sometimes if you’re here at the wrong time.

  • Outlets are mostly on the mural wall but they’ve installed an ample number there. Many armchairs. Common for people to share larger tables.

  • Weekends can be noisy, but low traffic hours during the week, especially after 1230/1, are moderate. There are three solo tables on the wall and a community table – plenty of outlets for all of those. Some of the tables in the middle of the area can reach the outlets. WiFi is usually good for me, I don’t have times or speeds.

    Within walking distance of grocery stores, restaurants, and Cloud City Ice Cream.

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