For freelancers and remote workers, coffee and wi-fi are the lifeblood for their work. In America especially, coffee drinking has become synonymous with enhanced productivity during the wokday, a crutch most Americans will use to maintain their energy throughout the day
Every freelance or remote work venture needs wi-fi and coffee to accompany the daily grind (pun intended).
Whether you’re after the best single-origin beans or carbonated iced coffee, or simply just need straight caffeine for fuel, these cities are the best in the biz.
Embrace the coffee shop grind to enhance productivity, forge connections, and inspire creativity.
We solve the latter for you by taking you through the top cities for coffee fanatics, plus some pit stop on the way.
Workfrom CEO & co-founder Darren Buckner advises using Workfrom’s reviews to “identify spaces you can get to quickly if you need to change location for a particular task… and the big advice? Try before you buy.” Avoid what Buckner terms “Wi-Fi remorse” by sampling a few local spots before settling in, lest you find you can’t connect or the Internet is agonizingly slow.
We workhorses of the new economy are able to work anywhere with “sufficient Internet connection and access to power.” But more than that, as Buckner points out, “Today’s coffee shops, cafes, bars and restaurants are often the unsung incubators of the next big thing to come… Each serving a different need, each in support of a more mobile workforce.” Use these social spaces to your advantage, whether to hook a new client, develop a collaboration, or generate ideas.
Hit up your local café. Find that special nook away from home to put your nose to the grindstone. Or, plop down in the middle of a bustling, vibrant space and infuse your work with new flavor.