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Great Main Line Coffee Shops With Wi-Fi

Take your laptop and finish your work from home project outside the house.

Working from home can be fantastic, but sometimes you just need to get out! With Wi-Fi available almost anywhere, you could practically work out of your local Home Depot — but there’s no coffee there!  These Main Line coffee shops with Wi-Fi are sure to get you up, out, and on top of your work.

HubBub Coffee

232 N. Radnor Chester Road, Radnor

With sweet breakfast treats, and coffees brewed from our country’s best roasters, HubBub Coffee is all about bringing people together over a cup of coffee they’ll remember.  Excited to share their space with working professionals, they’ve equipped the cafe with plenty of outlets and WiFi that will never leave you hanging. 

Malvern Buttery

233 East King St., Malvern

 

With seating available for 70, Malvern Buttery makes for a great place to sit down and get some work done. You can work with a team at one of their communal tables or alone on a comfy sofa. The top-notch food will make you want to stick around for lunch and beyond. 

Pour Richard’s Coffee Company

36 Berkley Road, Devon

 

At Pour Richard’s you can expect the best of the best. Owners Richard and Mindyjane Berman don’t just see coffee as a  morning pick-me-up, but as a passion. Their cozy and rustic cafe provides the perfect place to get some morning work done while sipping on a unique brew. 

Gryphon Coffee Co.

105 W. Lancaster Ave., Wayne

1225 Montrose Ave., Rosemont

 

Great coffee and great food in great spaces, perfect when you need a little inspiration.

Le Pain Quotidien

223 E. Lancaster Ave., Wayne

 

Our favorite Center City bakery and restaurant has a branch tucked away in Wayne.  Avocado toast has been taking the breakfast (lunch, and dinner) world by storm, and they top it off just right on toasted artisan bread with a bit of olive oil.

Soltane Café

138 Bridge St., Phoenixville

 

Located in the heart of town, this little cafe has big things to offer. Associated with Camp Hill Soltane, a nonprofit organization that provides opportunities for individuals with special needs, this cafe encourages community involvement and giving back. Get your work done and feel good about the place where you’re doing it.

Burlap and Bean Coffee

204 S. Newtown St., Newtown Square

 

Burlap and Bean is committed to educating the community on the importance of fair trade, organic coffee. For them, coffee isn’t just about giving their customers the freshest cup of coffee, but about giving back to global communities. You can expect to find a variety of coffees as well as healthy treats like hummus, quiche, and oatmeal. 

 

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1 COMMENT
  • David Belanger September 21, 2017

    All the Lower Merion Libraries have improved, easy access WiFi and five have remote printing from your mobile device (Belmont Hills will have the service when it reopens from renovations).

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