Starbucks @ the Brewery Blocks Portland in Portland

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Plugs Unknown

Original Scout + Editors

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Darren Buckner

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Food small plates, sandwiches, snacks, pastries
Seating Capacity 40+
Group Space Yes
Keywords Air Conditioned
Web www.starbucks.com/store-locator/store/20489/brewery-blocks-portland-1039-nw-couch-street-portland-or-972094116-us  

Pro Tips

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  • This is one of my favorite places to work/meet. It is centrally located. Good seating. It is loud, but does not impact meetings. I highly recommend it.

  • I’m here around 11am on a Wednesday and it’s fairly loud. The music is a bit distracting, not a great place to take any meetings.

  • Alcohol is available. They have a wine bar.

  • Wow – the WIFI really is that fast. 50down and 10up!

  • The current bathroom code is stamped on your receipt.

  • Recently upgraded to Google WiFi and the speeds have increased dramatically.

  • I like working from this location because the seating is good, there is food in-house and nearby (I like Whole Foods a block away) and the vibe is positive. The Wi-Fi here is not good and I almost always use my personal hotspot when I’m working from this location. If you can, get a spot at the table near the back and by the restrooms. I’ve found it’s the best spot when working for many hours. This place is consistently busy but more so in the mornings and around noon. Also, make sure you look for the power strips around the outside walls. They are hard to see (all black) but they are there!

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