Seven Virtues Coffee Roasters ('The Zipper' location) in Portland

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Few Plugs

Original Scout + Editors

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee in-house
Food pizza (by the slice), standard pastry fare, bagels, bagel sandwiches, fresh bananas, Bywater Grocery (Taste of New Orleans), Chickpea (Falafel), Rua (Vietnamese)
Seating Capacity 35
Outside Seating 20
Group Space Yes
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger tables, Standing bar / counter
Keywords Has Food, Outdoor Seating, Air Conditioned, Natural Light, Has Power
Web www.sevenvirtuespdx.com/x-location-hours-parking  

Pro Tips

This second location is in the brand new Zipper building, and features amazing natural lighting from artfully placed windows. Seating includes four 2-tops and three 4-tops. They offer standard pastry fare, bagels, bagel sandwiches, fresh bananas, and teas. They also make their own syrups in-house, so try those if you have a sweet tooth! There is an alternative network called "zipper-public" which is fast and solid.

Variety of food options. Bike Parking. Free street parking with limited spots around the block. An open feel here.

  • Was having issues connecting to various websites using the `sevenvirtuesguest` wifi. I recommend using `zipper-public`, as Darren mentioned.

  • Inside the Zipper building. Some food items available until 1pm but there are a few other food options in the same building. There is a “zipper-public” network that also works well throughout the entire building.

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