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New Year’s Drinks & More
New Year’s Drinks & More

New Year’s Drinks & More

Now available

New Menu Items are Here!

  • It’s the new year, so try out some new drinks and menu items at Starbucks!
  • Pass the pistachios
    • Your favorite winter duo is back: the Pistachio Latte and Pistachio Cream Cold Brew.
  • Hey there, hazelnut
    • Say hello to our Hazelnut Oatmilk Shaken Espresso, a rich and layered pick-me-up.

Hazelnut Oatmilk Shaken Espresso

  • Daily delicious
    • The new Potato, Cheddar & Chive Bakes are full of protein-packed goodness.

Potato, Cheddar & Chive Bakes

  • And don’t forget to get a new cup for the new year!
  • Our inspiring new collection
    • Alison Bremner pays homage to her Tlingit culture through design elements that merge ancient traditions and contemporary art in this powerful artist series.

Alison Bremner Collection cups

  • Come enjoy all our new menu items before they’re gone!
New menu items vary. Visit the restaurant for more information.
To say Starbucks purchases and roasts high-quality whole bean coffees is very true. That’s the essence of what we do – but it hardly tells the whole story.
Our Heritage
Every day, we go to work hoping to do two things: share great coffee with our friends and help make the world a little better. It was true when the first Starbucks opened in 1971, and it’s just as true today.
Back then, the company was a single store in Seattle’s historic Pike Place Market. From just a narrow storefront, Starbucks offered some of the world’s finest fresh-roasted whole bean coffees. The name, inspired by Moby Dick, evoked the romance of the high seas and the seafaring tradition of the early coffee traders.
In 1981, Howard Schultz (Starbucks chairman and chief executive officer) had first walked into a Starbucks store. From his first cup of Sumatra, Howard was drawn into Starbucks and joined a year later.
In 1983, Howard traveled to Italy and became captivated with Italian coffee bars and the romance of the coffee experience. He had a vision to bring the Italian coffeehouse tradition back to the United States. A place for conversation and a sense of community. A third place between work and home. He left Starbucks for a short period of time to start his own Il Giornale coffeehouses and returned in August 1987 to purchase Starbucks with the help of local investors.
From the beginning, Starbucks set out to be a different kind of company. One that not only celebrated coffee and the rich tradition, but that also brought a feeling of connection.
Our mission is to inspire and nurture the human spirit – one person, one cup, and one neighborhood at a time.