Wednesday, August 13, 2008

First Starbucks Coffee Shop in Pike Place Market

A coffee-lover visiting Seattle should not miss the famous coffee stores born in the city. Starbucks, Tully's and Seattle's Best, among others have their headquarters in Seattle.

Starbucks Coffee, one of the most popular coffee brands worldwide started from this coffee shop in Pike Place Market. It is still considered the first outlet of the chain after it moved from another location in the city to Pike Place Market in 1976. To top it off, they also introduced the new Pike Place Roast, its namesake coming from this outlet.


Inside the store, like any Starbucks outlet, they sell other stuffs other than coffee as collectibles. This store, being historical to the company, also sells things not available in other stores.


The original Starbucks logo. Just recently, Starbucks started to rollback it's old brown logo.


I didn't really had anything this time. I wanted to have a cup of hot coffee or choco but I was full time. Jeo though bought some souvenirs for someone back home.

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4 comments:

Ivana said...

Your blog's template is really cool.I love it.Then, I've just seen the original starbucks logo in your blog.A little bit old,huh?hehehe...
anyway,are you interested to xchange links? I've added your links in my blog:
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The Asian Traveler said...

Hi Jasper, are you still in Seattle? Thanks for the Starbucks info. :)

a little note:
I wasn’t able to visit your blog for the past few days. I just got back yesterday from a trip to Taipei, Taiwan.

Ivana said...

Hi Jasper...Thx for visiting my blog and also put my link in your blog.You can see your link in "related blogs" in my blog.Keep in touch and can not wait for the next post.Keep blogging!!

jasperjugan said...

hi the asian traveler! these are back pictures taken last April 2008.

wow! taiwan! i've always wondered what's in there and watching Janet Hsieh entices me more to go! :)

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