Vivace Cafe in Portland

Cafe / Restaurant
Lower Noise
Plugs Unknown

Original Scout + Editors

Community verified
Darren Buckner

Who's clocked in to get work done here

Workspace Details + Amenities

Food Breakfast, crepes, pastries, salads, snacks
Seating Capacity 40+
Group Space Yes
Types of Seating Small tables
Keywords Has Food

Pro Tips

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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Mari

    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.

  • Workfrom

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

  • Tolik

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

  • @tedder42:disqus thanks. We’ve updated.

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

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