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New Starbucks closed without explanation

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Walton Way commuters hit a roadblock Monday morning. Barely a month old, the new medical district Starbucks was closed. 

A company spokesperson didn't immediately return an email or voicemail seeking comment. A sign in the window stated store is "temporarily closed" and that the company was...

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  1. Sheraton stopped putting Starbucks coffee in their hotels last year. Not familiar with the new brand, but it tasted just fine for me. They are still in construction mode on the new Starbucks at Belair and I-20.

    • It’s over-priced, over-roasted, over-attended, over-rated, and over-woke. Staffing issues and unionization will be the final nails in the coffin. Circle K will buy Starbucks in a hostile takeover. Barista will join gas station attendant as an extinct job.

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