Workshop Cafe in San Francisco

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Plugs everywhere

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee Stumptown Coffee, drip, pour over
Tea hot and iced teas
Alcohol Beer, Wine
Food pastries, breakfast: bagels, cereals, yogurt-parfait, burrito, fruit, also: salads, soups, sandwiches and snacks.
Seating Capacity 80
Outside Seating 18
Group Space Yes
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger tables, Standing bar / counter, Lounge chairs / couches
Keywords Outdoor Seating, Natural Light, Alcohol, Has Power, Popular
Web www.workshopcafe.com  

Pro Tips

10 hours of free wifi, multiple outlets at every workpsace, coffee and food available and you can order it from your phone and they will bring it to your seat.

This is a hybrid space between dedicated coworking facility and coffee shop. Reliable internet and outlets at every seat. First 10 hours are free and then $2/hr after. In addition to a dedicated seat, you can rent private meeting rooms with whiteboards, secluded booths, tables, rooms or the entire venue. No need to call ahead, like a cafe you can swing by anytime they're open.

Cool food ordering system. All in all - cool place.

  • Typo correction: I had *no* problems with wifi speed and was able to host meetings, etc.

  • Loved this place when I was traveling and needed a space to work from. I was on conference calls for most of the morning and reserved a private booth which was soundproof — I had problems with wifi speed and was able to host meetings, use audio and share my desktop. They have good coffee and food. Moved out to a shared space when my booth was up. Perfect for what I needed.

  • Fast internet, plenty of good seating with power outlets, good food and drinks. It costs $2-3/hr while you’re there, but it’s worth it if you plan to camp out for awhile or if you don’t want to order much.

  • Awesome place made for remote working. Everyone sitting down is working on something, so you won’t feel like you’re encroaching. Definitely heading back.

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