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Starbucks opened its first-ever express format store on Wall Street in April of 2015. It is tailored for customers on-the-go who want high-quality Starbucks products in a beautiful environment, coupled with the efficiency that comes with knowing what they want, quickly.

14 Wall St

This Starbucks in Fuzhou, China is all about "Wei Qi," the ancient Chinese board game. It houses the famous, world class, first “Wei Qi” master museum.

福州 Fuzhou

  • Louie Neira
    Louie Neira

    does the US have anything similar? all the ones I see posted here are from other countries.

  • Amy L.
    Amy L.

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This four-story Starbucks in Bebek, Istanbul is perched above the European side of the Bosporus, with views of the sea and Asia beyond. The store has two bars, a whitewashed interior, and large picture windows.


  • Karen Cline
    Karen Cline

    Why can't we have Starbucks' like this in the US? You know...where Starbucks actually originated???

  • Abbi Dean
    Abbi Dean

    Haha yes❤☕

  • Adriana Pintos
    Adriana Pintos

    Que lindo

Above the main entrance to the Dubai Mall on Level 1 of the Grand Atrium is the mall’s newest Starbucks store. Designed with a palette of finishes and color tones that perfectly complement the mall's interiors, this open lounge-style store offers varied seating arrangements to suit customers’ tastes and moods.

Starbucks Ibn batutta

Starbucks Ibn batutta
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    Elyse:):) 😘💋❤️

    I'm in love

  • Dania

    Wooow!!! this store is AMAZING

The first licensed store with Clover, beer and wine is in the Ketchum Town Center in Idaho. Local legend Warren Miller’s historic photos are displayed throughout, and a donated photo of local Ernest Hemingway is featured in the meeting room – formerly a bank vault.


Once a gas station, now a coffee house. Built at the start of the automobile age and the golden era of filmmaking, this store has become an iconic restoration of a historic California landmark.

  • Louie Neira
    Louie Neira

    Do you have a photo of how it looked originally?

  • Angelica Almaraz
    Angelica Almaraz

    Where in California?

  • Louie Neira
    Louie Neira

    @Angelica - I'm guessing Los Angeles. The billboard in back says GreenTree Landscaping - a Google search reveals it's located in LA. As to the exact location, no idea - the street sign isn't visible.

  • Brian C
    Brian C

    859 N Highland Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90038

  • Angelica Almaraz
    Angelica Almaraz

    I live in LA...Thanks Brian C!! Can't wait to go!

Mexico's first Starbucks Reserve Store features a carefully curated line of small-lot arabica coffees from Nicaragua, Papua New Guinea, and the Galapagos. Designers intentionally kept the indoor space open, with limited bar seating, to allow ample room to walk around and explore while they wait for their orders. Outside, an open-air terrace serves as an ideal place to sit, relax and enjoy a freshly brewed cup of coffee.

Paseo Arcos Bosques

The Starbucks Reserve store in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York is home to art pieces that augment the café space and pay homage to local surroundings and coffee heritage.


The Starbucks Reserve Roastery and Tasting Room in Seattle’s Capitol Hill is dedicated to the craft of roasting, the art of brewing, and exploration of taste. It represents everything we love about coffee-under one roof.

Starbucks Reserve Roastery & Tasting Room

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    Lauren Cunningham

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    Cari Horning

    Piper Horning

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The open-concept Starbucks store at Mission Hills Resort Dongguan in China has no windows or doors, which allows fresh air to flow through the store.

  • Keilan Margolis
    Keilan Margolis

    Starbucks Loves your pinterest is bringing me much happiness

Artists, dignitaries, designers, and actors from the Tokyo Roppongi neighborhood gather at this Starbucks store for inspiration and ideas.



Bangalore’s 100 Ft. Road store, in the neighborhood of Indiranagar, features exposed walls ornamented with painted coffee tree botanicals and local brick. Jali patterns, used locally for sun shading and breezeway structures, were re-imagined and layered lace-like throughout the interior.


Starbucks - JP Nagar

One of six Starbucks stores in Amsterdam, the centerpiece of the design is a large, green marble counter top which summons the grandeur of traditional canal houses.


Famille Park location celebrating 15 years in Korea. This location offers a variety of locally-sourced food and beverage options created exclusively for the Famille Park store: Double Chocolate Éclair, Raspberry Orange Juice, and Full Moon Chocolate Banana Frappuccino.

Seoul, South Korea

This Starbucks store is situated just off of Montmartre's bohemian Place du Tertre in Paris—the home of many early 20th century painters including Pablo Picasso and Maurice Utrillo.

Place du Tertre

The store design seen here is a throwback to the history of shipping and aeronautics in the Portland area. Taking advantage of its height, the two-story location has the look and feel of a flight hangar.

Portland International Airport (PDX)

The Starbucks store at T51 in the Los Angeles Airport celebrates the craft of coffee making. Wagner and fellow designer Jennifer Porteous drew inspiration for the design from the pattern of foamy milk at the top of a handcrafted latte.

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)

Inspired by the city's rich nautical history, this store in San Francisco features a delicate steel portal made of a ship’s hull material, framing the front door. Inside, a high platform revealing an overview of the space creates an experience somewhat reminiscent of stepping on board a ship.

Fisherman's Wharf

  • Corbin Henry
    Corbin Henry

    Can you imagine artistic coffee mug framed art prints in this Starbucks store? Check these out

  • Amy Allingham
    Amy Allingham

    That's my store! Love the view through these windows!

  • Corbin Henry
    Corbin Henry

    Cool! Small world!

Our first-ever store opens in Bogotá, Colombia—the heart of coffee origin—offering coffees you won't find anywhere else in the world. This 20-foot mural, painted by Luis Carlos Cifuentes, is a depiction of the Siren celebrating the first shipment of coffee from this country to the United States in 1971.

Starbucks Coffee

The 100+ year-old chimney seen at this store in Dunwoody, Georgia reminds us of the land's rich history of farms, pastures, tenant houses, and pioneer families.


Our LEED-certified Hollywood & Vine store—located at one of the most famous intersections in Los Angeles.

Hollywood & Vine

Caesars Palace, The LINQ Las Vegas, Treasure Island, and Aria Resort Casino—four of the more than 30 Starbucks stores along four miles between the Mandalay Bay Resort Casino and the Stratosphere Tower.

City of Las Vegas

The New York-New York store in Las Vegas reflects the varied nature of The Big Apple, with rugged industrial materials like concrete and steel balanced by sleek walnut wood finishes and warm brick tiles. Names of Brooklyn subway stops are incorporated into the artwork, and posters are pasted along the back wall.

New York-New York Hotel & Casino

  • Abigail Swezey
    Abigail Swezey

    Why is it you cant see anyone else's hair color besides the ginger...?

  • Kendall Hunnicutt
    Kendall Hunnicutt

    I think that's a reflection of a store across the street...

We wanted to make the Starbucks store at Caesars Palace as regal as its Grecian surroundings. You'll find glitz and glam throughout, including handmade tiles behind the bar backed in gold leaf.

Caesars Palace Hotel & Casino

The Alamenda Santos store in São Paulo is one block off of Avenida Paulista. The architecture is reminiscent of the old mansions that were once the centerpieces of Brazil’s coffee plantations.