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Peet's Coffee & Tea in San Francisco

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Few Plugs

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee Peet's Coffee
Tea Peet's Tea
Food Snacks, packed meals, pastries
Group Space Little to None
Types of Seating Small tables
Keywords fidi, views, wifi, booths, pastries, snacks, cozy, Has Power, Has Power
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Pro Tips

Wall-to-wall windows great for watching the hustle & bustle of the Financial District. No private rooms, only an open layout with tables, chairs and booths. OK for small groups. Can get packed during the day, especially during breakfast and lunch. No parking, not for vehicles or bicycles. Outlets are hard to come by, so best to have your devices fully charged before you come here. Umpqua Bank next door, another recommendable space to work, has ample outlets and charging stations available to the public.


  • Easy parking, cozy, not too crowded.

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