River Maiden Artisan Coffee in Portland

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Plugs everywhere

Original Scout + Editors

Community verified

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee Stumptown, cold brew on tap
Food Small pastries and cookies
Seating Capacity 28
Outside Seating 9
Group Space Little to None
Types of Seating Small tables, Standing bar / counter
Keywords River Maiden, Vancouver, Stumptown, Family Owned, Outdoor Seating, Has Power
Web rivermaidencoffee.com  

Pro Tips

Situated in a small strip mall in the heart of Vancouver, the vibe of this place feels like a standalone spot that attracts all different types of people: groups, remote workers, students, young and old. For the bike riders out there, there's a bike rack; for us auto drivers, we have a decent sized parking lot that never is completely full.

There's no wifi time limit, although the WiFi goes down every now and then between 11-1pm; the baristas are always happy to reset the router, which solves the problem, so just ask if it happens to you.

Mornings tend to be more crowded with lots of group meetings. There are three or four outdoor tables that fit 2-3 people, around 7 tables inside that seat 4, and a handful of small tables that seat 2. No private rooms.

River Maiden Artisan Coffee is the place to go if you appreciate being recognized by your name every time you walk in and have your order already anticipated because the baristas know you. They pride themselves on good, artisan coffee—you won't be disappointed working from here.

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