Pieper Cafe in Portland

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Plugs everywhere

Original Scout + Editors

Community verified
Jewel Mlnarik

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Alcohol Beer, Wine
Food Breakfast and lunch sandwiches, soups, italian sodas, sweets, bagels, pastries
Seating Capacity 30
Outside Seating 4
Group Space Yes
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger tables, Standing bar / counter, Lounge chairs / couches
Keywords Has Food, Group Friendly, Outdoor Seating, Natural Light, Alcohol, Has Power
Web piepercafe.com  

Pro Tips

3 booths, 6 tables, and a bar along the window. Booths all have power access, as do the two comfy chairs by the window, and the tall window seats. There's a few more tables in the middle too if you're well powered up already. It's generally pretty quiet, even when it's packed.

Great FoPo hangout, friendly staff, delicious eats, and a selection of booths, free-standing tables, and bar-style seating. Booths and bar seating all have ready access to outlets. Wifi speed is good.

  • Friendly and comfortable, Sunday noon was not crowded

  • They do have a limited selection of beer and wine available.

  • Great spot depending on your timing. Been there a few times and it’s very comfortable. The last time I went it was full of children, and the staff said “the clown will be here in 5 minutes” – seemed like not a good time, so I just left.. assuming the clowns aren’t there – perfect spot!

  • Their pesto is amazing. If you are here past your average coffee hour though, get the sassafras black iced tea!

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