Revel in Portland Editor Janice Grube opens Poa Cafe on N Williams

Inspired by a volunteer trip to Tanzania, Africa, Poa (which means "cool" in Swahilli) is a family friendly cafe that Janice opened with husband Greg and two kids Nico & Rocket. The cafe features a bar and restaurant up front with a creative play space and retail section in the back. New York could use a place like this and we wish Poa lots of luck.  For those in Portland or those visiting check it out.

Poa Cafe
4025 N. Williams
Portland, Oregon
(504) 954-1243 

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