Following the opening of its Reserve Roastery in Tokyo earlier this year, Starbucks has revealed it will be opening it’s largest location yet in Chicago later this year. The four-level, 43,000 square foot is set to open in the Windy City’s Magnificent Mile area, taking over the space formerly occupied by Crate and Barrel.
This new Reserve Roastery, like previous outposts in Tokyo and Milan, will serve up speciality coffees and teas alongside the classic, widely-loved menu. Additionally, guests can expect craft cocktails and elevated food. The Chicago store will also act as a tester for future design concepts and new menu items.
Take a quick look at a render of the space above; the Chicago roastery is set to open this November. Why not check out how to order a Cinderella Latte at Starbucks this fall?
The highly anticipated Starbucks Reserve Roastery Chicago is scheduled to open Nov. 18 on the Magnificent Mile, marking the last and largest of the chain’s grand coffee palaces https://t.co/qHJq7hp7CT
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