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The attention to the coffee combined with the capacious feeling of the space makes this an irresistible cafe.

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Award-winning baristas show their love of coffee and also serve baked goods and bagels.Albina is just north of the building about 2 blocks and is just that.Albina press rocks. someone comes from out of town and I recommend if they only have time for one coffee shop to make Albina press. (granted there are a few i have not been to yet.) behind the coffee nerd there is a passion, and energy, which may be found at both Stumptown And Albina Press, both excellent places. -joel d.

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Albina Press. 4637 N Albina Ave. m.facebook.com. Hours. 54 local recommendations.

The Albina Press is a delightful space with great art, prices, and coffee.

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Discover more places like Albina Press around Portland on Airbnb.Albina Press is not only justly famous for their delicious coffee, but also for their barista expertise: they hire only the best, the kind that place highly in National Barista championships.

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This last weekend I went to The Albina Press and it definitely met my standards.

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I always think of Albina Coffee Press as the way a coffee house should be.

Photo of Albina Press Coffee - Vancouver, WA, United States by Pete O.If you are looking for a cafe to bring your laptop and work, this place is dead quiet during working hours.

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The first town in Oregon, coming up Hwy 101 (from the south), is Brookings, famous as a small Japanese tsunami victim (its docks and harbors) and as a sort of retirement mecca.I especially like the large doors and windows open to the fresh air outside.