Seven Virtues in Portland

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Plugs everywhere

Original Scout + Editors

Community verified
Darren Buckner

Who's clocked in to get work done here

Workspace Details + Amenities

Food breakfast, sandwiches, lite fare, soups, salads, pastries, snacks
Seating Capacity 41
Group Space Little to None
Types of Seating Small tables, Standing bar / counter, Lounge chairs / couches
Keywords Has Food, Air Conditioned, Has Power
Web www.sevenvirtuespdx.com  

Pro Tips

The password is displayed near the register. It rotates every month or so.

Don't park in the back. Otherwise, It will be difficult to get out if the lot is full.

  • WiFi was a no go at a popular coffee spot just up the street, so I came to Seven Virtues trying to get some work done. WiFi was good, easy to find plugins, overall an easy going, pleasant vibe. Oh yeah, and $1 refills on iced tea.

  • Great spot, great people, great coffee and light fare. On the #19

  • They have AC! Very nice on a hot day

  • Workfrom

    Updated. Thank you.

  • New Password: “harvestmoon”

  • Workfrom

    Updated. Thanks!

  • Password is “lumberjack”

  • Great place with excellent coffee and now more food! only downside is parking – non existant parking. 3 spots in the back and n’hood parking is spotty. But hey! who needs a car to drink coffee?

  • I’d seen this location many times but had not stopped and visited until yesterday. I think this will become one of my staples. Excellent Wi-Fi, great food options and plenty of seating. The background noise is a bit loudest times but at other times it’s just average. Finding power was easy and I saw many others working from this location as well. The people were friendly. Overall a great place to get some work done. I was working from here for about two 2.5 hours.

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