Starbucks Reserve

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1124 Pike St (at Minor Ave)
Seattle, WA 98101
(206) 624-0173
Coffee Shop
$ $
Mon–Sun: 7:00 AM–11:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • My butthole could spend a couple hours here before being "coffee'd out."
  • Begin your pilgrimage in Pike Place and end it at the roasters for an authentic "started from the bottom now we here" experience. Ask a local for their favorite coffee shop and get your latte there.
  • Go for the Clover brew! Amazing coffee compared to the regular drip and only about $.20 more.
  • Ham and Gruyere croissant is or of the best I've had. Not low fat!
  • This place is a little overwhelming, even for a coffee aficionado like me...
  • Worth a trip for folks visiting from out of town. Tasting room is gorgeous. Doesn't serve the normal Starbucks menu, focused on specialties based on the reserve roasts - a huge plus for me :)
  • Great atmosphere and coffee
  • Shakerato was perfect jolt for the end of the day
  • My favorite coffee place in Seattle; this is NOT the Starbucks you know. Unique, high quality drinks and food, with a rotating seasonal menu and coffee selection. Store design is unparalleled.
  • Didn't actually go in the reserve; went to Serious Pie because let's be real
  • Basically, this is Willy Wonka's factory for coffee. Go, experience it if you're in the area.
  • Fantastic! Try everything! And Dru is the best barista there!
  • Sooo pretty, overrated like any other starbucks but I think is worth it
  • Very interesting and unique coffee that is not offered at other Starbucks stores.
  • Awesome place to take a tour.
  • Great place to take visitors. There is also a serious pie inside.
  • This is the srs bsns 'bux. If you're the type who likes to try/taste everything, set aside some extra time because you're gonna need it.
  • Try the flights to compare different beans and brewing techniques. Everything is made in store including all the syrups and pastries. Grab a seat by the baristas to get the best experience.
  • Try the Shakerato Bianco!
  • Employee perks do not work here

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