Do you want an old Starbucks logo reusable cold cup?
Do you want an old Starbucks logo reusable cold cup? These special “Grande”-sized reusable cup are only available at one store: 1912 Pike Place Starbucks. I am giving one of these special reusable cold cups away – just in time for summer! You’ll get lots of jealous looks when you’re walking around with one of these in your hands.
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Back to the topic of 1912 Pike Place Starbucks, I dropped by on Tuesday the 14th. I took a couple of pics, and for fun, here are a few of them:
That is the front of the store, along Pike Place. Though it’s not obvious, I stood there for at least a solid five minutes waiting for a moment of no foot traffic going in or out of the store! I have always said, there’s no such thing as a bad picture of 1912 Pike Place. It’s always a beautiful photo.
I ordered a mocha with Cubano shots, and stood at the bar area watching the barista work. I find watching a manual espresso machine to be enchanting! I snapped this random picture as I stood watching the bar barista in action.
One of my favorite baristas was working when I dropped by last Tuesday. Shelly was at the register. I think she has been there for a lot of years! Anyway, I always like seeing her. She makes jewelry as a hobby, and if you want to visit Shelly’s Etsy page, click here.
Hope you enjoyed this visit to 1912 Pike Place Starbucks with me!
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