I hadn’t heard the term “coworking” before, but I was doing some idle research into this new joint in Belltown that I had seen — My Day Office — and realized that there is a small but clear group of freelancers and independents who are looking for a shared working experience outside of the home, but without the hassle and cost of the coffee shop.

Coworking Community Blog

For my part, I’m happy as a clam at Zoka when I’m not in the office – which, some weeks, is up to 50% of the time. If I happen to go and all the tables are full, it’s not the end of the world, and in fact I’ve gotten used to getting up earlier in order to make sure I get a table I like. Remember Ben Frankin’s adage here. Plus, the coffee is the best I’ve had in Seattle — those baristas really know their stuff and take a lot of pride in their product. I’m pretty sure one or more of them have placed high in things like the Northwest Regional Barista Competition.


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