308 N Main Ave
Gresham, OR 97030
Top-40 pop played through a black Macbook located behind the counter. This is actually the first coffee shop I’ve been to in
Portland Gresham (oops, this isn’t Portland) that does not feature indie rock music.
Medium-low. People are actually talking to and hang around each other, instead of coworking like we usually do. It’s a relief to see, actually.
Easy and non-distracting, perfect if you want to actually get work done and not be interrupted by the music.
Standard café fares: cookies, pastries, breads.
This is where Cafe Delirium excels. It has a space so big, it may actually be able to contain a large group of bandwidth-hungry, coworking tweeples and their family members—and still leave some room for chatters.
This cafe will comfortably seat 30 people.
Bigger than your average, inner-city located coffee shops.
Yes, and it’s blazing fast—partly because hardly anyone connects to the ’net.
Wireless Strength and Throughput
I’m clocking at 5Mbps/768Kbps. No port is blocked.
Enough to power your laptop, your iPhone, and your iPhone’s iPhone.
This is where Cafe Delirium lacks. It’s good, but not great.
Mixed syrup drinks are abound, and you can get a “White Russian,” which they label as a coffee made with “White Mocha w/ Kahlua.”
I can hold my own for most of tonight’s #afterhours.
Lounge-style seating, with plenty of comfy couches.
Heck, yeah. Bring your laptop, books and supporting materials. The table will likely suffice.
I was able to get a small Americano for $1.85 – this is marginally cheaper than the $2 that most places would charge for one.
Cash, Card, no card limit.
Everyday until 9:00 pm.