Starbucks Reserve Roastery
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Step into the Willy Wonka Chocolate Factory of Starbucks. You’ll pay a premium for coffee here, but if you’re all in on learning about coffee from bean to cup, you can get specialty coffees here and get a sneak peek at the full roasting process done on site.
Okay okay, most locals love hating on one of our most well-known 'local' companies, but we think the Reserve Roastery experiential retail is actually kind of cool to check out. Maybe consider passing on the Pike Place location though?
Seattle Roastery, the first Starbucks Reserve Roastery in Seattle's vibrant Capitol Hill neighborhood since December 2014. It is an immersive and dramatic expression of Starbucks' passion for coffee, located just nine blocks from the original Starbucks Pike Place store.
If you’re a Starbucks lover, the roastery is a sweet treat! Sample some drinks off their special menu.
While we are focusing on Seattle startups...one has to include the coffee giant, Starbucks. So get a photo of the lines waiting to experience the first Starbucks at Pike Market...but experience the best coffees in the world at the Reserve. Also it is a bit of a Willy Wonka factory for roasting!
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