Tea Bar in Portland

Cafe / Restaurant
Lower Noise
Several Plugs

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Tea Puerh, Oolong, Green, Black, Herbal, Chai
Food baked goods, bagels, pastries
Seating Capacity 30
Outside Seating 4
Group Space Some
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger table, Standing bar / counter
Keywords NE Portland, Killingsworth, Alberta, Outdoor Seating, Natural Light, Has Power
Web www.teabarpdx.com  

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There are a few bar seats, some outdoor seating, about 7 2-top tables, and a larger table toward the back, bike parking is good, street parking in the neighborhood for cars, they offer a few delicious baked treats like scones, hand pies, and a ham and butter baguette. Outlets are toward the middle 2-top section along the wall in between the columns. Network name (SSID) is TeaBar.

Pretty quiet and not too busy in the mornings. Very mellow atmosphere. The big group table can seat about 10 people. Busiest around 10am - 12:30pm.

  • Staff is awesome. Drinks are great. There is decent power-outlet access and ample bathrooms for the crowds. It can get quite busy at times. The only negative mark is that the seats are a bit low for the tables — great for reading or meetings or handing with friends — not so great for using a laptop/mouse/keyboard for extended periods.

  • Friendly staff. Matcha was very good. I was told that the chai is very good as well. Cold drinks are served in mason jars. Located on same block as Podnah’s Pit.

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