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Uniting Laptop Campers

This site was inspired by my days of laptop camping and the desire to share and explore laptop camping culture with others.

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It’s amazing how many coffeehouses have come and gone in this same spot: Coffee Luvers, Patima’s Organic Coffee, Angelo’s Café…there may have been others. Ilana’s Coffee isn’t that different from the previous places. They offer the standard things you’d find at a coffeehouse.

Score: 27/50

  • Food: 3/5 – You’ll find baked goods from City Baking Co., sandwiches (deli, Vietnamese), salads, quiche and bagels. The combination Vietnamese sandwich ($4.25) was stuffed generously with thinly sliced chewy cold cuts, pickled carrots and daikon, cilantro, jalapeno, mayo and pate; the bread is nicely toasted so it’s crispy on the outside, soft on the inside - pretty decent.
  • Coffee: 2/5 – They have the usual espresso drinks plus bubble tea. The latte is weak with no foam art but it’s not bitter.
  • Plugs:  1/5 – Spotted one at the very back
  • Wi-fi: 4/5 – No password needed, insecure, free, unlimited, good speed
  • Ambiance: 2/5 – Not much ambiance, quiet place, clean, yellow walls, Asian plants for good luck, homey in a way
  • Noise: 4/5 – Softly playing music, hum of refrigerator, traffic, people are quiet
  • Parking: 2/5 – Hit or miss, can be challenging but if you’re lucky there are all day spaces around
  • Comfort: 4/5 – Chairs are padded, small tables, tables aren’t too close together
  • Bathroom: 3/5 – one unisex restroom
  • Art: 2/5 – no art

Tips: They have many grab and go bottled drinks. It’s a nice enough place but doesn’t offer anything too unique or special.

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- Laptop Camper

7 months ago
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