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  • altn711 altn711 Aug 14, 2012 4:35 AM Flag

    Starbucks is a reading room

    Starbucks is a reading room where u can eat,drink and talk.

    If libraries changed the rules about eating drinking and talking Starbucks would have a big problem

    I don't think the rules will be changed.

    That's the reason for Starbucks being successful. It's a study room where u can eat drink and laugh out loud.

    Its a place where it's ok to be alone.

    People feel uncomfortable going out alone but it's ok in Starbucks to be alone.

    No tips in Starbucks

    A place to go to the bathroom. No public bathrooms in many places for cab drivers.

    The food is average but better than school cafeteria.

    Coffee keeps u awake helps u study late.

    Starbucks open late. It's hip to be open late.

    They keep it clean


    I think people will demand fresh food. Old salads and sandwiches meaning grab and go won't work forever.people want fresh food made now. Nothing with an expiration date on expensive salads and over priced to begin with. Now it's a few days old.

    I think cosi is a much better choice than Starbucks. There food tastes fresh and they offer everything that Starbucks has except its cheaper and fresher.

    The next ten years will be very interesting.

    Starbucks customers will want freshly made salads and sandwiches.

    What would anyone go to Starbucks when they could get a fresh salad and hot soup at cosi for 8 bucks that's tastes great.

    The growth in Starbucks is amazing. I think they have the be gimmick ever.

    The best marketing team ever put together was at Starbucks.

    Average food and drinks that are over priced. However it's a hip place to go.

    34 billion dollar market cap.

    At some point Starbucks will have to change and create fresh food that is made just for u. No more grab and go.

    Until that time I will eat at cosi

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