Posies Bakery & Cafe in Portland

Cafe / Restaurant
Louder Noise
Several Plugs

Original Scout + Editors

Community verified
Jewel Mlnarik

Who's clocked in to get work done here

Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee Ristretto Roasters
Tea Jasmine Pearl Tea
Food Bagels, Pastries, Granola, Hummus, Sandwiches, Breakfast, Cookies, gluten-free options
Seating Capacity 25
Group Space Some
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger table, Lounge chairs / couches
Keywords Has Food, Kid Friendly, Has Power
Web www.posiescafe.com  

Pro Tips

Cozy. A couch & 2 lounge chairs; one bench wall w/small tables and a couple 4-top tables with wooden, padded chairs for comfy seating. Wall rack of children's books and play room in back keeps kids entertained and noise level up front uninterrupted. Lots of natural light, bike parking & neighborhood parking if street parking out front is full. Third Thursday Art Walk hours 5pm to 8pm.

  • Food is fantastic and it’s one of the only cafes in the area that serves full lunch. Only problem is, I hate working from here. 🙁 It’s cold and drafty, and the tables are uncomfortable (for example, the benchseats along the wall opposite the counter are too high for the tables, forcing you to hunch). Ended up here cuz Madrona Hill stupidly closes at 3pm and I needed food! We need more great working cafes with full lunch options in North Portland!

  • Behold. The best kept secret in Portland, OR. The mocha chip scone will change your life forever and the baristas are all wonderfully friendly. I basically live in this place, they should probably start charging me rent.

  • Cooper Brevard

    Was there on a Friday morning. Loud, with lots of tots. Great food.

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