The place you love during the day now has more reasons to love it at night.
We’ve always been your neighborhood spot where you can take a moment to unwind, grab a well-deserved treat, and meet up with friends. But sometimes, you just want a glass of wine and a delicious bite to eat without going to a bar or making a restaurant reservation.
Say hello to a new way to enjoy Starbucks after 4 p.m. Drop in after work, with friends, after yoga, by yourself, after a long day or after a great day.
The food is amazing. The wine selection is simple and smart. The chairs are just as comfortable as they are in the morning.
We hope to see you soon.
Starbucks Evenings FAQs
Will Starbucks provide full restaurant service?
No, you will still place your order with your barista. We’ll call your name when your food and drinks are ready.
Can I still get espresso or Frappuccino® Blended Beverages after 4 p.m.?
Of course. Our regular food and beverage menu will always be available. It’s still your Starbucks only now we have savory small plates, desserts, and beer and wine. To see the Starbucks Evenings menu, click here.
Can I order a glass of wine with my lunch?
The Starbucks Evenings menu will be available every day from 4 p.m. to regular closing hours.
How will the environment be different?
We will still be your neighborhood gathering place with an inviting atmosphere for people of all ages. After 4 p.m., you’ll experience a more mellow, less hurried atmosphere perfect for winding down and having casual conversations.
Will this new menu be extended to all locations?
No. The Starbucks Evenings menu will be limited to a small selection of stores. To see store locations,
Will the new menu items apply for My Starbucks Rewards™?
Yes, all Starbucks store purchases apply towards My Starbucks Rewards™. After 12 purchases, Gold Card members will still receive a free handcrafted beverage. For legal reasons, you will not be able to use this towards a free wine or beer.
Have more questions about evenings at Starbucks? Please contact Customer Service.
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