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Sakona Coffee Roasters

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
No Plugs

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee Sakona Coffee Roasters
Tea Not sure, but they have the usual tea selections.
Alcohol Beer
Food Breakfast menu
Web www.sakonacoffee.com/?lang=en  

Pro Tips

This place is great. Right outside the old town, this coffee shop is right next to the little "river" that runs into the sea.

The coffee shop culture in Spain, well, at least the places I've been, is sort of growing, but most people get their cafe con leche in a bar or something. So it's a bit fun to see a coffee-coffee shop a la Los Estados Unidos.

There isn't a TON of space in here, but if it's just you hoping to crank out some code, there's space for that. Tables are small and I'm not seeing any power outlets whatsoever, so come charged up. Wifi ain't very fast either, you might be better off bringing your hotspot. Good enough for email and low-intensity stuff.

They have a full breakfast menu, coffee, tea, cerveza if it's late in the day.

The vibe is good. Has a San Diego/Portland vibe. I recommend visiting while you're between pinxtos.


  • Wifi tested 17 Mbps down, 0.5 Mbps up

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