Starbucks to temporarily change all Montreal stores to grab and go

Oct 1 2020, 7:47 am

Starbucks Canada has announced temporary changes for its stores in Montreal, in line with the province’s new regulations that are slated to begin on Thursday.

According to Starbucks, all company-operated stores in Quebec will temporarily be changed to a “Grab and Go” model as the province continues to struggle with rising COVID-19 cases.

Seating will be temporarily paused or removed, including patio and outdoor areas however customers in both regions will still be able to walk into stores and order at the counter, as well as the drive-thru.

Starbucks Delivers and Uber Eats will also be available in select locations.

Customers are also able to use the “order ahead” feature in the Starbucks App to pick up their order at the counter.

Back in June of this year, Starbucks Canada started testing curb-side pick up during the midst of the pandemic in select locations in order to offer reduced contact with others.

The coffee giant has recently required everyone, as of September 14, who enters their locations to wear face masks to ensure the health and well-being of their employees and customers.

Karen DoradeaKaren Doradea

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