Whether you’re a fan of the brand or not, there’s no denying that many Starbucks locations are much-loved and frequently visited by folks in Vancouver.
Several noteworthy locations closed their doors over the weekend, a part of the coffee giant’s plan to permanently shutter 300 locations across Canada by March.
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While the company assured Starbucks lovers that “the majority of stores” will remain open in Canada, we did lose a handful of prominent cafes recently as a part of the brand’s next phase of store transformation.
Here are three noteworthy Starbucks locations that just closed in Vancouver.
Definitely the most noteworthy to close in recent days, Western Canada’s first Starbucks Reserve Bar closed in Vancouver on January 31.
The coffee giant’s cafe at Granville and 2nd (1500 West 2nd Avenue) — near the entrance to Granville Island — served up its last beverages on January 31, the store confirmed to Dished Vancouver.
This Starbucks cafe was located just steps away from the Vancouver Art Gallery on Hornby Street. It closed its doors on January 31.