Working remotely can be a blessing and a curse. Although it often feels like a breath of fresh air to get out of the office, finding a public place with a reliable Wi-Fi connection can be difficult. With that in mind, here are some solid options for working remotely in Downtown Memphis.

5 best Memphis Wi-Fi locations in the downtown area

Bluff City Coffee – Located on South Main Street, Bluff City Coffee is perfect for a remote day of work. Breakfast sandwiches, pastries, a lunch menu and delicious coffee, this locally owned coffee house is a popular favorite (try the “Golden Kelli” drink and thank us later).

Ghost River Brewing – If you like a relaxed work pace later in the day, you might want to check out Ghost River Brewing. Aside from having delicious, locally brewed beer and free WiFi, the taproom serves as a great place to host casual meetings or after work drinks.

Stock & Belle – Looking for a truly dynamic space to work that you won’t get bored in? Stock & Belle is the spot for you. With a hair salon on the second floor, a retail store, coffee space, and art gallery on the main floor, this location brings plenty to look at, speedy WiFi, and a cool atmosphere all in one.

Café Keough – Beloved amongst downtowners, Café Keough is a locally owned French café offering fresh, handmade breads, cookies, and entrees as well as expertly crafted coffee drinks. As an added perk, you can also order a cocktail or beer to take the edge off while you work.

Starbucks – New to the downtown area, the Starbucks on the corner of Monroe and Main offers all the familiar comforts of the franchise. Right on Main Street, it’s conveniently located in central downtown, walking distance from nearby shops and restaurants.

When you’re looking for free Wi-Fi and a great atmosphere that will let you get some work done while you’re away from the office, consider our list of the best places with Wi-Fi in Memphis.

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