good variety of coffees( I recommend the caramel macchiato), pastries and salads. Good service and free wifi and you have 1 on every corner i
I tried the Starbucks at Nassau and Fulton, Manhattan, mid-morning. I found the service on the slow side, very impersonal, and the place was crowded inside. The coffee (cappuccino) was good, with a generous size, but a little on the creamy side for my taste, and rather generic in nature. Overall, Starbucks okay, but to expect some thing special and... More
They are all over the place in downtown Manhattan. There is always one within a 5-min walk in any direction. Most of them are located right next to a McDonald, and I don't know why. They serve a variety of cold, hot, and specialty beverage. It is a family thing and we go there everyday during our stay.
Starbucks occupies a special place in my heart and the coffee was sooooo good. Start everyday off with a new variety. I personally recommend the Skinny cafe Mocha. The prices are high but it is part of Manhattan culture you cannot miss.
Super friendly patrons and baristas. Everything perfect, close to our hotel...................................................................
During the holidays I visited the Starbucks at Rockefeller Center. The fact that the line resembled a Disney park ride (you know winding so that you have the illusion of movement) was not the problem. Everyone on line was having a good time and enjoyed chatting with each other. The fact, however, that I had to step to the counter... More
Im an aussie and the thing i love about America is starbucks we have coffee shops here but they dont have the variety starbucks has everytime i vist the states i make sure i find a starbucks each one ive been too ive met friendly staff and had awesome coffee i know americans just think of it as coffee but... More
This is one of several we stopped at when we were in NYC. This Starbucks is pretty much the same as all 10,000 other Starbucks in the US. There is nothing special about this that would make it stand out from any of the others in the US.
They are on almost every corner. Thank God because the hotel coffee sucked. After experiencing NYC prices it is so nice to get your usual for what you would of paid in your hometown.
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