Tiny's Coffee Northeast in Portland

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Several Plugs

Original Scout, Editors + Owners

Community verified | Owner approved
Darren Buckner

Who's clocked in to get work done here

Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee Stumptown, plus a rotating selection
Tea Variety
Alcohol Beer, Wine
Food salads, breakfast sandwiches, bagels, oatmeal, grilled sandwiches, pastries
Seating Capacity 40
Outside Seating 20
Group Space Some
Types of Seating Small tables, Lounge chairs / couches
Keywords Has Food, Group Friendly, Outdoor Seating, Natural Light, Alcohol, Has Power
Web tinyscoffee.com/pages/locations/north-east  

Pro Tips

They have big industrial power strips, so if you have multiple pieces of gear, you need not worry. There's outside seating and a smoking area, outside if you are into that. A little too much noise on the street and inside for phone calls, but the music is cool and its not so loud you can't block it with nice set of headphones. They have great coffee, but also server beer/wine and lots of food options: breakfast and lunch fare, including healthy and veggie options, as well as the usual pastries.

  • Struggled alot with wifi reliability and speeds today. Others with me did as well. It was busy with people working and that may have been the reason.

  • Wifi is fast and reliable. Plenty of seating and lots of power outlets. There’s a huge power strip by the windows and a couple others spread throughout. Also, the coffee and bagels are great.

  • New Wifi, now password protected. MUCH faster … just tested download >50Mbps and ping <9ms with 28 devices connected.

  • Lauren Smith

    Wifi was kind of slow, couldn’t reliably open my Gmail account, uploads and downloads took awhile. But for free wifi and no password necessary, it’s not a complaint. Super cheap food and drinks! Will be back.

  • Pros:
    WiFi is fast and reliable
    Coffee is good

    Very few customers – feels somewhat lonely
    No energy/vibe to motivate studying/working
    Can be cold is seating next to the windows

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