Young Hickory in San Diego

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Several Plugs

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Alcohol Beer
Food breakfast, lunch, dinner, sandwiches, salads, pastries
Keywords coffee, beer, Has Food, Group Friendly, Natural Light, Alcohol, Has Power
Web younghickory.com  

Pro Tips

Coffee and beer available, plus paninis! There's even a happy hour. Bar style seating face the street with open air seating and 1 picture window. The place is huge for a coffee shop. Decent Breakfast menu and they even allow dogs. Best part if you're like me and you work late is that they're open 'til midnight. Free street parking and residential on side streets.

They serve a variety of beer, including GF (gluten-free).

  • This place is awesome! There’s a ton of seating and plenty of outlets. The food and coffee is delicious. If you need to make/take calls, it could be a bit tricky when it’s busy because it can get loud.

  • Only service dogs!

  • Love this place… one of my faves. The owner built YH with remote workers in mind (there’s a YouTube video about it). Great WiFi, lots of outlets, relatively quiet with great background music. Good coffee and friendly staff.

  • They don’t allow dogs, but it IS a great space

  • Thanks! Updated 😉

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