Huge windows, comfy chairs, rotating local art, bagels, bagel sandwiches, panini sandwiches, salad, soup, pinball and expertly crafted Stumptown coffee drinks. Are those enough reasons to patronize Tinys?
Hip Southeast coffee shop with various rooms and 2 patios. Rotating local art shows adorn the painted brick walls. Grab a magazine or shove some quarters in the pinball machine. Serving super Stumptown coffee drinks, pastries, bagels and sandwiches, salads and soups.
The gallery aspect of Opposable Thumb features a monthly rotating selection of local art, while the café serves tempting Spanish style sandwiches, foccia pizzas, soups, salads, gelato and of course, coffee.
The Goodfoot is a good old Southeast standby with a hint of a hippie vibe, separated into 2 floors—each with its own entrance. The lower-level lounge is a music venue hosting primarily hiphop, reggae, jam and world music acts. The upstairs pub is huge and has pool tables and pinball. The menu consists of gourmet burgers, sandwiches, salads and house specials, all for a completely affordable prices.
Old Town's favorite cyber-gaming cafe features tons of computers, gaming tournaments, occasionally awesome art exhibits, way cool live music and a mostly vegan menu of sandwiches, soups, and salads, pizza and calzones from Hot Lips Pizza, pastries and that tasty Stumptown coffee.
Part lounge, part arts center, the Someday is a cool, casual, comfortable place to meet for drinks as well as a good spot to catch some performing arts action. From live music to theater, dance to spoken word. They offer some tasty specialty drinks and a nice selection of sandwiches, items that are "not sandwiches," soups, and salads. The food is all meat-free so you can park your guilt at Burger King. Also, they boast one of the longest happy hours in town!
Dedicated to paintings on velvet. What else?
Serving Stumptown coffee, a variety of fresh-baked goods, and and array of sandwiches Sound Grounds is a good spot to work on your blog, meet with your bffs, listen to some live music, peruse local art ... y'know, the regular coffee house stuff.