Pergamino Café in Medellín

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Several Plugs

Original Scout + Editors

Community verified

Who's clocked in to get work done here

Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee Wide variety! The staff takes their coffee seriously!
Tea Tea Market (A local gourmet tea shop)
Food Baked goods such as empanadas, quiches, muffins, cakes, cookies, brownies,
Seating Capacity 10 tables, 5 bar seats
Outside Seating 13 tables
Group Space Some
Types of Seating Standing bar / counter
Keywords Coffee, Cafe, Relaxed, Sunny, Kind staff, Outdoor Seating, Has Power
Web www.pergamino.co  

Pro Tips

The WiFi password is located at the top of your receipt, and it changes often, so you may need to reset it every few days. Outlets are all located inside, below the bar or on the walls below the seating. It gets quite busy in the afternoon/evening.

Great internet! One of the good cafes in the heart of Poblado. Good atmosphere, lots of other folks on laptops. A lot of outside seating in the middle of the cute neighborhood. If you need to charge up you may need to get there early, there is only a couple underneath the bar top.

  • I personally really liked working here. Just come charged up! And most people have been willing to switch with you near the plug if you ask 🙂 Great coffee, awesome little egg dishes and good granola / yogurt / fruit combo. A lot of ‘digital nomad’ types so I’ve connected with multiple people while working here. And the internet has always been great with no issues.

  • If you love coffee, come here for that. Don’t come here to work. There are no power outlets unless you sit at the bar, and the wifi doesn’t really hold up when it’s busy (and it’s always busy because the coffee is great). I recommend just coming here if you need to read something offline with a good cup brewed via chemex or frech press or siphon

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