A nice little independent shop. I myself don't like coffee, but when I'm in the neighborhood I often stop by for an Oregon chai or a bagel sandwich, both of which are delicious. Service can be slow when it's crowded, as it's not unusual for only one staff member to be present. There's also an interesting patio area that's enclosed by bushes, giving it a pleasant, cozy feel despite being adjacent to a parking lot, but depending on the clientele and wind the smoking table on the end can be a nuisance.
This eclectic coffee shop is alright. There’s no real redeeming qualities that make it worth a trek. But, if you live close then their bagels and chai lattes are worth a try. The décor is a bit scattered. Their choice of bold paint colors can make you slightly uneasy.
Tiny's is just a good place to grab a good cup of coffee or depending on who is making food that day, a sandwich or a bagel. It is never "bad," but I am surprised at the variation in quality. I ordered the same hot sandwich there three days in a row and discovered the first time that it rivaled something amazing I would expect to taste at Lardo down the street. Another time it was just fine and after another... I haven't ordered it again, but we shall see. The staff is generally warmest to regulars in true Portland style, so they seem to get nicer the more you frequent and don't act like a dick. Hanging out there is like hanging out the a living room of some twenty something jobless hipsters with the equivalent furniture, so if that ain't your scene... better get it to go. It can be smokey out the front and back and have indecipherable art on the walls. Generally, I just like the place and enjoy the staff who can sometimes be chatty and humorously sarcastic as well as friendly. I recommend it.