This is a gift from the heavens. A decent coffee shop with healthy snacks in the middle of the bugeater state. We stop here every time we travel to Colorado.
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Normally don't write reviews on Starbucks and other fast food places. But this one is just a cut above the normally good Starbucks. Staff was just so friendly and the coffee and lemon pound cake just really hit the spot. We stopped somewhat fatigued... and...More
I make it a habit to stop here on road trips through Nebraska. I've stopped here for extended breaks on particularly windy or rainy drives just to settle my nerves. Once I even ran into a friend from a neighboring state who bought my coffee!...More
I love getting a latte and it tasting the same regardless of what city or town I'm in. This Starbucks lived up to that. Fast, friendly service & a spot-on perfect beverage.
I was so happy to see a Starbucks for my coffee fix. My love in a cup is a Caramel Mocha Iced Coffee. It was a very busy place but the customer service was excellent and they were very prompt.
I've never reviewed a Starbucks, for obvious reasons: they're all pretty much the same. But this one was different. When paying, a barista splashed me with a red tea mixture. She was placing a large container of it on the shelf beside the cash register....More
This location serves up your favorite coffee, tea, snacks, and treats quickly and with warm conversation. I enjoyed trying different sandwiches along with my favorite iced tea or coffee, whichever I was in the mood for. Not one thing ever disappointed me.
Great location. A good way to spend an early morning. The coffee and a breakfast sandwich were excellant. There are a lot of seating arrangements. Now the staff> very self involved. I was given my food which was very hot so I need some water...More
A friend's coffee was double made, woops!! Men's restroom was out of soap. Counter where you add creamers & sugars was a pathetic mess for the full 30 minutes we were there while the 5 people working were not very busy...giving each other 'bun bumps'