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See See Motorcycle in Portland

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Plugs everywhere

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee Stumptown, full espresso bar
Tea Townshend's loose leaf
Alcohol Beer, Wine
Food Bagel, granola, breakfast sandwiches, breakfast burrito, hot dog, PBJ, chips & pastries
Seating Capacity 40
Outside Seating 12
Types of Seating Small tables, Standing bar / counter
Keywords coffee, motorcycles, see see, Has Food, Natural Light, Alcohol, Has Power
Web seeseemotorcycles.com  

Pro Tips

Great coffee, beer, cider, champagne and friendly vibes. It gets a little warmer than you'd expect but otherwise great atmosphere, lots of cool things to look at while you're spaced out not working. Look for outlets at the tables along the wall and under the bar along the windows.


  • Great lil spot…plenty of seating in and out, lots of plugs, cool artsy vibe, motogear and motoart, very female friendly, coffee, beer, snacks,breakfast choices and even wine and chamagne…. low to moderste noise levels…..good muaic fun place

  • I’m not buying the complaints — this place is one of the best spots in town for working. Music is awesome, lots of outlets and seats, friendly folks, and my work VPN worked flawlessly. Great spot!

  • The WiFi cuts out all the time and is slow as molasses when it does work. The food is sloppy and unimpressive; I ordered an egg sandwich and the egg took up like 1/4 of the bun, the rest was slathered with some watery “aioli” and the whole thing just fell apart and splorched everywhere. So maybe give the food a pass.

    Coffee is decent. Nice amount of work space, plus a quiet area in the lobby. Plenty of power outlets.

  • This is one of my regular spots and I love it! Power sockets, wifi and good coffee!

  • Wifi password is “seeseewifi”. Also – it is toasty in here! Make sure you can layer down a bit 🙂

  • I was here on March 17 2016 and tested Internet at 23.53 Down and 16.45 Up!

  • First time here and loving it. The WiFi isn’t great, so hoping it’s a temporary hiccup. Love the layout and decor — perfect for the solo worker, a one-on-one and there’s even a few small group tables in a side room … and some picnic tables outside. Thanks for the recommendation!

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