Storyville Coffee Company Pike Place in Seattle

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Plugs everywhere

Original Scout + Editors

Owner sourced | Community approved

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee Storyville Coffee
Tea Storyville Teas - Black, Peppermint, Green
Alcohol Beer, Wine
Food Pastries made in-house, Granola, Fresh Fruit, Waffles
Seating Capacity 50+
Group Space Yes
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger tables, Standing bar / counter, Lounge chairs / couches
Keywords Alcohol, Has Power
Web www.storyville.com  

Pro Tips

Look for outlets in trim pieces under leather couches. Everything is made in-house and there's an incredible view of the Puget Sound and Pike Place Market. Fireplace, warm lighting, lounge, stool, couch & tabletop options for a variety of comfortable seating. Known to be busy in the early mornings and late afternoon.

  • When there’s a lot of people in here during busy times it can feel really crowded. The tables for two people are a little on the small side if you both have laptops but great for if you’re talking with people. There are a lot of seats that don’t have tables. I like that they donate a lot of funds to end human trafficking.

  • The music is pretty loud, so if you have to do virtual meetings or calls, there’s some background noise. But the atmosphere is awesome, and good if you are working alone or with one other person.

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