The coffee shop, Electrica, is one of many businesses owned by Angel Medina and Republica and Company Hospitality Group. One other location will open next week.
PORTLAND, Ore. — Portland’s newest coffee shop opened its doors on Wednesday, serving Mexican coffee and Japanese tea in a 100-year-old warehouse in the city’s industrial district.
Electrica is inside the Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co. building on Northwest Nicolai Street, off of Highway 30.
The coffee shop is the seventh business by restauranteur Angel Medina and the Republica and Company Hospitality Group in two years.
The group started with Republica, a “Mexican-forward” restaurant in
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