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Songbird Coffee & Tea House in Phoenix

Cafe / Restaurant
Lower Noise
Several Plugs

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Tea multiple artisan
Food snacks, pastries
Seating Capacity 10+
Outside Seating 10
Group Space Yes
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger tables, Standing bar / counter, Lounge chairs / couches
Keywords tea, coffee, phoenix, downtown, mellow, quiet, Outdoor Seating, Natural Light, Has Power
Web www.songbirdcoffeehouse.com  

Pro Tips

Comfy, quiet location right off of the arts district in downtown Phoenix (Roosevelt Row). Very bikeable, lots of options for tea-drinkers, more mellow/quiet atmosphere for intense focus. Lots of power in front room near bottom of bench seating.


  • I agree. This is a cute little place in a trendy arts district just north of the primary downtown area (at least it feels that way). There’s a lot of little eclectic shops and restaurants in this area and it’s worth exploring around a little. Looks like a small house was retrofitted to become a coffee shop. Ah, reminds me of my college days in Fargo. Anyway, there’s some standing work/bar spots, a few two person tables, and in the back there’s a couch that looks comfy. Lots of yard-style outdoor seating, but because it’s approaching 120 degrees, I’ll stick to the indoor seats. They have some books and games for you if working on your presentation becomes a distraction. It’s a short walk to get here from the Sheraton near the conference center, and it’s worth the short walk.

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