TwentySix Cafe in Portland
If you're looking for a fabulous patio, don't be fooled by the tables out front - there's more, covered, heated (in the cool months) and quiet outdoor seating in the back. Sit in the rain while staying plugged in and toasty warm.
Only one outlet inside: under the front window counter. Back patio has one power source as well. It’s to the left, 3 tables in, dangling in the gap of a vertical support. Doesn't work well with folks trying to plug in with a heavy power block, e.g. Apple's 2 prong adapter.
|Tea||Fox Fire Tea (loose leaf), bottled kombucha|
|Food||sandwiches, bagels, daily soup, small plates, salads, snacks, pastries|
|Group Space||Little to None|
|Types of Seating||Small tables, Standing bar / counter, Lounge chairs / couches|
|Keywords + Amenities||Has Food, Outdoor Seating, Alcohol, Has Power|
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