Portland >Coffee House Northwest
One of Sterling Roasters' two NW Portland outposts, this beautiful brick-walled coffeehouse is worlds away from the Burnside hustle and flow right outside its front door. Get the hot chocolate and a half dozen Two Tarts' cookies, because, you're worth it.
A quality little place. From what I hear, this is one of Portland's more popular independent coffee shops. There is a gap under the door, so it's a little drafty, and the chairs are obnoxiously uncomfortable, but the employees are great and know what they are doing. The owner (one of the owners?) even won the Coffee Fest New World Latte Art Competition. Yeah, kind of a big deal. They also have free drinks and a potluck on Thanksgiving. There is granola and a few types of large pastries in big jars on the counter. Stumptown supplies the beans, and the tea comes from a company called Steven Smith. And just when you thought this shop couldn't be any more cool, they have a subscription to Onion World magazine (it's true, check the bathroom).
The best!. The best! The best! The nest! Cool guys too. Every time I go I am not disappointed. Best coffee in the city.
The baristas at this hipster hangout turn making coffee into an art..
A sparkling chandelier and showcase of local art dress up this cozy, brick-walled coffee house on gritty Northwest Burnside Street. Inside, caffeine junkies eagerly approach the drink bar and order expertly-prepared espressos and lattes to-go from a simple chalkboard menu; espresso-fueled laptop users stay awhile, sipping their drink at one of the shop's tiny tabletops to take advantage of the shop's free wi-fi.
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