Are you looking for a nice cafe with wifi to work or study? Or maybe you need somewhere you can gather with friends or meet with colleagues? We’re putting together a list of the best places to work, study, or meet in Redmond, Oregon.
This coffeeshop has become a favorite in Redmond for many in recent years. Located in a historic building of downtown Redmond, Junction Roastery is a lively coffeeshop with a great atmosphere and outdoor patio.
Labeled a Social Club, it truly is a great place to gather and get to know the community.
In addition to top quality coffee, Junction also serves a variety of sweet and savory food.
708 SW Deschutes Ave
7 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Tite Knot Craft Coffee
Another great place to hang out in Redmond is Tite Knot. With comfortable indoor and outdoor seating, tasty coffee and baked goods as well.
Tite Knot Coffee
706 SW 10th St
6am – 4pm (except Sundays opening at 8am)
Sholom doesn’t have quite as many seating options, but they’re known for great coffee.
235 SW 6th St
8am-2pm Wednesday – Saturday. Closed Sunday, Monday, Tuesday.
SCP Hotel Cafe: Provisions Market
This upscale cafe in the historic Redmond SCP Hotel building is a bright and inviting space with breakfast, lunch, coffee, and smoothies for dine in or take out. The market features Backporch Coffee, Sister’s Bakery, and Laird Superfoods.
SCP Provisions Market
521 SW 6th St
This cafe primarily serves residents and guests of Eagle Crest Resort, but it’s open to the public. Choose from a wide selection of pastries, drinks, and food items – both fresh and prepackaged. There are plenty of tables inside and out.
7535 Falcon Crest Dr. Ste 300, Eagle Crest Resort
7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. (4 p.m. close on Sundays)
We love this tiny town outside of Redmond, and the local coffeehouse is a charmer. It’s not very big, so seating may be limited when it gets busy.
Our favorite menu items include their home-made chai tea, fruit smoothies, heavenly lavendar vanilla-infused honey lattes, and all of the amazing pastries – muffins, scones, brownies, pies…
Looking to eat something more substantial? For breakfast you’ll find delicious egg bake sandwiches on croissant, panini bread, or English muffin. Lunch offerings include home-made soups, more tasty paninis, and wraps.