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Starbucks HQ

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Starbucks HQ

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Brenda S wrote a review Jul 2020
Cabot, Arkansas21 contributions6 helpful votes
Starbucks need to bring back their curb pickup. We can order on line; but then have to get in line to pickup.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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S F wrote a review Apr 2020
Vancouver, Canada153 contributions85 helpful votes
From my viewpoint, Starbucks seemed — while having obviously a wide demographic & customers around the world — to be places where it was most usual to see couples, friends,- sometimes in significant clusters - & business associates partaking of the selection the Seattle-based multinational has on offer. That was before my two wonderful grandchildren showed me just how much children relished the breakfasts which can be got at “Bucks”, as my close artist friend refers to this coffee establishment, now so much more since kicking off in Seattle decades ago. I have just now reached the point at which I have lived as much time in North America as the more English influenced parts of the world. I generally held to the English habit of one cup of coffee mostly a day, at the start, followed by tea & G-Ts perhaps, if lucky, from lunch time, with more tea, then going to wine at dinner, &, if dining out, a coffee with delicious Calvados to end the night. Lucky Starbucks did not face a world populated mostly with people with my then habits! With my life habits recently dramatically overturned & happily having a good number of opportunities to breakfast with my son & his family at Starbucks - first at 4th & Bayswater, then Cornwall & Yew —sadly recently closed — then Cypress - all in Kitsilano, in Vancouver - I have seen how much joy a Starbucks breakfast sandwich can bring to a little boy & how much deep satisfaction the oatmeal porridge can bring to a little girl. My 7-year -old grandson never wavers, & the look of bliss on his face is the same every time he munches his way through his egg, bacon & cheese sandwich. My 11-year-old granddaughter switches it up a bit, sometimes adding a muffin or banana bread to her start of the day here. Both pair their food with the quality juices available. We do our visits to Starbucks mostly as pick up takeaways. I find the prices reasonable, My grandson so loves his breakfast sandwiches that he is eager to come to Vancouver to have one. My family live in Ucluelet, a stunning, ocean community on the beautifully rugged west coast, which does not allow food chains, such as Starbucks & Tim Hortons et al to set up, so as to foster a vibrant community of regional eateries owned by locals. My family love the great breakfasts they get in Ukee - as the locals know the town as - at places like Zoey’s Cafe & Bakery & Yayu, but Starbucks’ egg & bacon sandwich still holds a special place in my grandson’s heart. I, too, often have one, with a latte. The small vegetarian sort of egg soufflés, are also very tasty. Service is always friendly & helpful. Thanks. Starbucks are mostly closed now but some locations are open & doing take outs. Check the website. Posted by S Fuller
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Lori V wrote a review Mar 2020
Fort Lauderdale, Florida3 contributions3 helpful votes
I just want Starbucks to be aware of what an exceptional barista they have in a gentleman named Ali at this particular Starbucks in the Holiday Inn Hotel. I go there many times a year for work and he is always so kind and friendly and always remembers me. He is such an asset to your company. Just wanted to point him out to you because he is indeed outstanding!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Joe wrote a review Feb 2020
Chicago, Illinois9 contributions
If you're coming to a Starbucks Roastery you know you're not going for a $2.50 cup of coffee. As a long time Dunkin loyalist coming to Seattle meant I had to suck up my pride and go to Starbucks more. I was blown away by how much I actually enjoyed a cup of coffee that cost me almost $7. The Jamaica Blue Mountain was great and I'll be purchasing a pound to take home with me. Their food options also exceeded my expectations including the smoked salmon avocado toast, the pizza at lunch, and the pastries available at the coffee bar. I particularly enjoyed the one with the long name that started with a V - venice something - with chocolate and hazlenut spread. If you want a more high end coffee experience, give this a whirl, just know you'll leave a few dollars lighter.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Tourism Promoter wrote a review Feb 2020
Toronto, Canada4 contributions
Back on Wednesday, February 5th, 2020 at approximately 8:46 a.m., I contacted the Starbucks Customer Service Department at:  (800) 782-7282 because I just received my Brand New Starbucks Rewards Credit Card and I had Questions! During the conversation that I had with "Z", she was able to put my 300 Bonus Points Earned back on to my Starbucks Rewards Account and I just want to personally Thank her for hearing out my concerns and Taking Good Care Of Me Just Like Family! Sincerely yours, Howard Paul Shore Very Loyal Starbucks Customer /HPS
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Date of experience: February 2020
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