The Dragonfly Coffee House in Portland

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Several Plugs

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Food baked goods, vegan options, breakfast sandwiches, wraps, yogurt
Seating Capacity 30
Outside Seating 12
Group Space Little to None
Types of Seating Small tables, Standing bar / counter, Lounge chairs / couches
Keywords vintage, local, cozy, Outdoor Seating, Has Power
Web thedragonflycoffeehouse.com  

Pro Tips

Pretty good variety of work space - couches, tables, bar seating, cozy chairs, and outdoor tables. Plenty of power strips for seating areas that are far from the walls. Bar back clatter is a bit noisy but the patron noise level is pretty low. Tables have, "willing to share," signage, which is nice for expediting that consideration. Also a pretty decent pastry light bite selection, but the St. Honore Bakery just a block away, so consider grabbing to go from there.

  • Loving their outside tables on these gorgeous fall days we’ve been having! There’s a walk-up sidewalk window on the west side of the cafe as well. 🙂

  • They have blackberry apple bran muffins right now. Aw yeah.

  • Mari

    Love this place! The atmosphere is great, people are smiling, staff is friendly. Wifi is very good – 3-4 coffee types to choose from, refill is $1. The only downside is that it can be crowded, but hey – that’s what you get for being popular 🙂

  • Plenty of comfy chairs and couches, check for outlets in the back seating and by lamps. Eclectic furniture, can be crowded.

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