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Vivace Cafe

A laptop-friendly space in Portland


Darren Buckner

Beware some of the chairs, as they are old and can be wobbly. If you plan on staying a while, take the time to find a sturdy one.

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Type of Space

Public

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Background Noise Moderate to low
Power
Food
Coffee
Tea
Alcohol -
Group Seating
Outdoor Seating -
Types of Seating Small tables
Accessible Outlets Unknown
Community Tags Has Food
Food Options Breakfast, crepes, pastries, salads, snacks

People are saying  

  • kathleenpdx

    Great pace for gluten free crepe and tea. Quiet and good place to meet with people 1:1. No outlets so come fully charged. Eu Di was ok for me today but I’m not high tech!

  • Wifi pass is coffeenow
    Coffee is okay – nothing to write home about.
    Crepes are pretty sweet, nice change up for the tastebuds.

  • new wifi, Crepes&Coffee, pw 123mocha. So far the old one is still around.

  • We’ve been here 2 times, both times the wifi has been -rediculously slow-. Coffee is so-so. Very cute place, but not coming back, unfortunately.

  • Chairs are awful for long sitting. They are falling apart. It has a weird vibe. Coffee and crepes are good though.

    • Thanks for the update – we updated the pro-tip.

    • The trick is to avoid the chairs with the oval/fabric back. The bottoms of those make you fall through, basically. The normal mission chairs (fabric seat, wood back) are perfect.

  • wifi pw “hairbender”. I don’t see a field for it :O

    • Darren Buckner

      @tedder42:disqus thanks. We’ve updated.

Vivace Cafe in Portland, OR
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Vivace Cafe

A laptop-friendly space in Portland


Darren Buckner

Beware some of the chairs, as they are old and can be wobbly. If you plan on staying a while, take the time to find a sturdy one.

Need to know

Type of Space

Public

Today | All Hours
WiFi Details Log in or join free to see this information.
Background Noise Moderate to low
Power
Food
Coffee
Tea
Alcohol -
Group Seating
Outdoor Seating -
Types of Seating Small tables
Accessible Outlets Unknown
Community Tags Has Food
Food Options Breakfast, crepes, pastries, salads, snacks

People are saying  

  • kathleenpdx

    Great pace for gluten free crepe and tea. Quiet and good place to meet with people 1:1. No outlets so come fully charged. Eu Di was ok for me today but I’m not high tech!

  • Wifi pass is coffeenow
    Coffee is okay – nothing to write home about.
    Crepes are pretty sweet, nice change up for the tastebuds.

  • new wifi, Crepes&Coffee, pw 123mocha. So far the old one is still around.

  • We’ve been here 2 times, both times the wifi has been -rediculously slow-. Coffee is so-so. Very cute place, but not coming back, unfortunately.

  • Chairs are awful for long sitting. They are falling apart. It has a weird vibe. Coffee and crepes are good though.

    • Thanks for the update – we updated the pro-tip.

    • The trick is to avoid the chairs with the oval/fabric back. The bottoms of those make you fall through, basically. The normal mission chairs (fabric seat, wood back) are perfect.

  • wifi pw “hairbender”. I don’t see a field for it :O

    • Darren Buckner

      @tedder42:disqus thanks. We’ve updated.

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