Starbucks Marches On
The gentrifying march of Starbucks goes on.
The giant, earth-devouring coffee chain has planted its latest flag on the northeast corner of Biscayne Boulevard and 30th Street, in front of the moldering former Delicias del mar Peruano restaurant, and just a couple blocks north of the caffeine-craving New Times offices.
The site should be a handy location for the patrons of Boulevard Liquors
("Checks Cashed 1.5%") spilling out onto the sidewalk across the street, who might be looking for a quick wake-me-up.
Starbucks officials couldn't say exactly when the new location would open, but they did confirm the following:
Sorry, that last line must be the coffee talking. --Frank Houston
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