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Featured Venue: Workshop Cafe in San Francisco

Posted by Lyssa Test on Oct 28, 2016 10:00:00 AM
Lyssa Test

Workshop Cafe in San Francisco's Financial District is a quirky workspace that provides businesspeople a quiet, professional, and inexpensive place to work. Workshop Cafe is a welcome alternative from crowded and chaotic coffee shops, while offering all the same amenities and more.

The Workshop

Fast WiFi, printing and scanning capabilities, plentiful outlets, extra chargers, and an on-site cafe leave little to be desired. With all kind of seating options (think booths, rolly chairs, tall tables, and small tables) even Goldilocks would be able to find a work environment that’s just right. The front lounge and patio spaces are always free to use, but for $2-$3/hr you gain access to the larger back rooms and private spaces. Don't worry, paying won't slow you down because you can pay completely through their mobile app.

 

The Cafe

The cafe sells pastries, sandwiches and wraps, salads, snacks, and speciality coffee drinks (feat. Stumptown Coffee!) to keep you fueled and alert throughout the day. If you’re in a hurry, you can even use their mobile app to order and pick up your food when you arrive. Or if you’re trying to get your creative juices flowing, you can order beer and wine all day and take advantage of Happy Hour from 5 - 7 p.m.

 

The Spaces

Workshop Cafe has a mix of public, semi-private and private spaces perfect for everything from solo work to hosting a brainstorm or giving a presentation. You can use the cafe's food and drinks for your guests, or you can use an outside caterer.

Here’s a closer look at their spaces:

The Conference Room

A conference room set up with a table, chairs, and TV monitor

Size: Up to 10 people

Level of Privacy: Private 

Amenities: 50’ LCD monitor, Apple TV, whiteboard 

Perfect for: Presentations, small meetings, brainstorms

 
The Front Room
 
Top view of the Workshop Cafe's front room furniture layout
Size: 12 to 20 people
Level of Privacy: Semi-Private
Amenities: Bar and table seating
Perfect for: Getting work done, informal meetings or presentations
 
 

The Library Room

A presentation takes place on the Library Room's stageSize: up to 70 people (40 with laptops)

Level of Privacy: Private

Amenities: Closeable barn door (for privacy), Stage

Perfect for: Trainings, focus groups, meetings, dinners, presentations, networking events, and even karaoke parties -- on the stage!

 

Entire Back Area

Size: 50 to 80 people

Level of Privacy: Private

Amenities: 10 person private room, 2 person private room, 8 person community tables, video monitor workstations

Perfect for: Company Off-site (plenty of areas for breakout sessions), theater-style presentations, multi-day conferences, receptions, cocktail parties, and holiday parties.

 

Full-Venue Buyout

A picture of the back area furniture set up and workspaces

Although rare, the WorkShop Cafe does allow full-venue buyouts too! The whole space can accommodate up to 244 people.

  

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Happy Booking!

The VenueBook Team

Topics: Venues, San Francisco