Melody 
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Re: “Starbucks ditches the corporate logo

Here's the store's twitter page for those who are twitterers! http://twitter.com/15thAveCoffee

This story sort of recaps a few things in the past that have said about the story, regardless of their factual accuracy.

The store design follows the natural progression of 'concept' Starbucks in Seattle including U-Village and Heritage Starbucks. Here is a link to the Heritage Starbucks page on V2V:

http://www.v2v.net/starbucks/stores/us_148…

(Click on the multimedia section) for photos.

And here is the link to 15th Coffee and Tea:

http://www.v2v.net/starbucks/stores/us_320…

(Again, click on the multimedia section for pics)

The lights in 15th Avenue Coffee and Tea are the exact same design as what is hanging at 1912 Pike Place - The oldest Starbucks. The chalkboard menus are pretty much the same menus that Starbucks has been testing out at other concept stores.

The coffee selection varies as to what is available since it comes fresh from the roasting plant. I notice the coffee menu board isn't always kept totally uptodate with what is available.

It a store well worth visiting. And there's no intent to try and deny it's run by Starbucks. It fits in the logical sequence of concepts that Starbucks has been toying with for almost a year and a half to 2 years.

My biggest complaint with 15th Ave Coffee & Tea: Not one comfy chair, and no refrigerator so the food offerings tend to be just one pastry after another with little variety for yogurt or something like that.

Melody
http://twitter.com/StarbucksMelody

Posted by Melody on 08/29/2009 at 6:49 AM

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