In compliance with the local shelter-in-place order,

the Public Domain coffee shop in downtown Portland will be temporarily closed.

To help in this time of need, all coffees are available online, at a discounted price.

Every bean has a story.

It all starts at a coffee farm, perhaps located on the side of a steep mountain accessible only by foot. The coffee trees are tended to by generations from the same family, hand-picking cherries one season at a time, and sending them down by mule to the processing co-op where the cherry is dried out in the sun and the bean removed. From there it travels by ship in burlap bags to arrive at our roastery in Portland where we cup, scrutinize, and craft-roast with care. Allow us to introduce you to exquisite coffees from around the world.

Every bag delivers hope.

Drink up and give back. You make a difference each time you prepare a cup of Public Domain coffee. For every bag of coffee you purchase, Public Domain will make a donation to Water.org, an international nonprofit organization that continues to positively transform millions of lives around the world with access to safe water and sanitation.

Every day begins with coffee.

Public Domain Coffee Shop, located in the heart of downtown Portland at Broadway and Alder, is temporarily closed in compliance with Portland’s shelter-in-place order. After the health crisis, we’ll be back with exceptional coffees artfully prepared, and an open invitation to experiment, explore and enjoy. We invite you to come visit us when our doors are open again. And if you’re miles away, don’t worry. We’re happy to ship a bag of fresh-roasted heaven to your door.