Starbucks

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Details
77 W 125th St (at Lenox Ave)
New York, NY 10027
(917) 492-2454
Coffee Shop
$
Hours
Mon–Thu: 6:00 AM–10:00 PM Fri: 6:00 AM–11:00 PM Sat: 7:00 AM–11:00 PM Sun: 7:00 AM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • They need to work on moving these lines a little quicker. Always a long line! And baristas aren't with it either.
  • Like most other chain places on 125th, you'll find guys at the door who want to open it for you, in exchange for some cash when you leave. I mean, really? I can open my own door and save myself $1, th
  • Every surface is sticky. Get your shit to go.
  • i'm pretty sure my soy frap wasnt made with soy....or so my tummy told me.
  • The lines are always long and slow
  • Great coffee.
  • Iced chai latte made with soy milk
  • The weekday staff is on top of things! The weekend staff? Not SO much....everyone is nice though.
  • yeah, all Starbucks now are offering free Wifi, local business in Harlem better get with the program especially when customers have to choose between those who do ad those who don't
  • This is the slowest Starbucks ever. Filled with a staff that hates their jobs
  • Possibly the slowest Starbucks on earth. Literally hate coming here but have no choice,because it's close.
  • Understaffed. And the staff that *is* there isn't ... always there. Talk about the B-Team. Definitely sub-par.
  • This may be one of the best spots for people watching in all of NYC. 125th and Lenox.
  • There are literally 3 stools at this location. If you want to sit down, it won't be here.
  • Try the classic crumb cake. Ask for a piece from the center of the pan because the edge pieces tend to be harder.
  • Worst Starbucks I've ever been to.
  • Not enough seating.
  • Can't stand eating at a scene like this but some people don't care. So it's up to you honestly
  • It's Starbucks in the middle of a ghetto I mean c'mon. It's uncomfortably close to a vast amount of beggars and crack heads. I recommend the one on 7th Ave. It's a lot better but crowded inside.
  • Not the only one, in Harlem