There’s something to be said about a cute Starbucks. Perhaps it’s a cute Starbucks because it has bar seating overlooking a nice view; or maybe it has more of a quaint, cozy interior compared to others. Sometimes, it’s the neighbourhood that makes it cute! Most importantly, coffee at a cute Starbucks tastes better.
Here is a list of the cutest Starbucks’s I’ve been to with a description of what makes it so cute:
This Starbucks was the one that inspired me to keep this list in mind, so I’m putting it first. I remember seeing it and thinking “this is the cutest Starbucks I’ve ever seen! I’m all of a sudden thirsty for coffee!!” It’s in Del Mar, CA which is really the cutest place in the world. There’s also a very pretty area for outdoor seating at this one.
What makes this Starbucks cute is the neighbourhood it’s in and the shops that surround it. Central Street is hands-down the cutest street in Evanston. I spent over two years living down the street from this Starbucks, and it never got old! I miss Central Street every day! The tree-lined street with all the shopping and hanging baskets; purple-everything for Northwestern. Also, Foodstuffs is right next door. I love you, Evanston.
There’s something I just love about this Starbucks. It’s in Rogers Park facing Sheridan, just a few blocks from the lake. Has nice, outdoor seating. Used to live down the street from this one. It’s just charming!
Horseshoe Bay is breathtaking. This cute Starbucks faces the ferry terminal, mountains, and ocean.
This Starbucks is super cute! As you walk in the door, you must walk up a few steps to its main platform. The adorableness doesn’t stop here. Its deceivingly large space is designed with a number of comfy-looking furniture and coffee tables, and there’s a back door that leads to a garden. I love coming to this one.
This Starbucks is one of my favourites because it’s right on English Bay! It’s a corner lot and partially underground which makes it original. It’s a great place to hang out on a nice day. 🙂
This Starbucks is in a downtown location that was successful in making it feel modern, like the rest of the Yaletown area, yet quaint. Kudos!