Starbucks makes itself at home in Winona

News Dec 05, 2018 Stoney Creek News

It's been open for less than a month, but the Starbucks at the under-construction Winona Crossing plaza is already a hit.

The new Starbucks, at 1350 South Service Rd., at Winona Crossing, opened in late November to service the growing number of coffee drinkers in Winona, Grimsby and the surrounding areas. It has all the amenities of what you would expect from a Starbucks: a drive-thru, wireless access, mobile order and pay and oven-warmed food.

There's already a Starbucks location on Millen Road and Highway 8, a recently opened Starbucks at Fiesta Mall in Stoney Creek, more in Dundas, Ancaster, Waterdown, Locke Street and in downtown Hamilton in Jackson Square to name a few of the more prominent locations in this area.

Starbucks is located in 78 markets with over 29,300 stores, employing over 350,000 people who proudly wear the green apron.

Starbucks’ business has expanded beyond the United States market, becoming a popular global destination. In the United States, because of a restructuring plan, about 150 stores were closed. Starbucks, though, has found a solid home in Hamilton.

Starbucks manages to reach for the stars when it comes to the holiday season. Employees wear red aprons while serving the new Starbucks Christmas Blend whole bean coffee. Returning seasonal flavours that have become almost a tradition for some customers include the peppermint mocha, now in its 16th year; toasted white chocolate mocha; caramel brûlée latte; chestnut praline latte; gingerbread latte and the always-popular eggnog latte.

The drinks are available hot, on ice and Frappuccino blended.

Starbucks is also offering its trendy holiday cups, which were first introduced in 1997. There is also a limited-edition red reusable cup available until Jan. 7. A customer with a reusable cup will get 50 cents off their grande beverage.

And if you have a seasonal drink, you also must have a taste of the Seattle-based restaurant’s holiday food. How about a chocolate swirl brioche or pistachio honey croissant? Also enticing a hungry customer is a sugar plum cheese Danish, made with buttery croissant dough, topped with creamy cheese filling and plum spread.

Returning favourites include the gingerbread loaf, penguin cake pop, peppermint brownie cake, snowman cookie and cranberry bliss bar. Or, for a lunch break, pick up a carved ham and Swiss breakfast sandwich or holiday turkey panini.

And if you need a Christmas gift for that coffee lover, you can pick up a cold cup, tumbler, festive mug or a gift card.

Starbucks services up trendy seasonal drinks for the holiday season

News Dec 05, 2018 Stoney Creek News

It's been open for less than a month, but the Starbucks at the under-construction Winona Crossing plaza is already a hit.

The new Starbucks, at 1350 South Service Rd., at Winona Crossing, opened in late November to service the growing number of coffee drinkers in Winona, Grimsby and the surrounding areas. It has all the amenities of what you would expect from a Starbucks: a drive-thru, wireless access, mobile order and pay and oven-warmed food.

There's already a Starbucks location on Millen Road and Highway 8, a recently opened Starbucks at Fiesta Mall in Stoney Creek, more in Dundas, Ancaster, Waterdown, Locke Street and in downtown Hamilton in Jackson Square to name a few of the more prominent locations in this area.

Starbucks is located in 78 markets with over 29,300 stores, employing over 350,000 people who proudly wear the green apron.

Starbucks’ business has expanded beyond the United States market, becoming a popular global destination. In the United States, because of a restructuring plan, about 150 stores were closed. Starbucks, though, has found a solid home in Hamilton.

Starbucks manages to reach for the stars when it comes to the holiday season. Employees wear red aprons while serving the new Starbucks Christmas Blend whole bean coffee. Returning seasonal flavours that have become almost a tradition for some customers include the peppermint mocha, now in its 16th year; toasted white chocolate mocha; caramel brûlée latte; chestnut praline latte; gingerbread latte and the always-popular eggnog latte.

The drinks are available hot, on ice and Frappuccino blended.

Starbucks is also offering its trendy holiday cups, which were first introduced in 1997. There is also a limited-edition red reusable cup available until Jan. 7. A customer with a reusable cup will get 50 cents off their grande beverage.

And if you have a seasonal drink, you also must have a taste of the Seattle-based restaurant’s holiday food. How about a chocolate swirl brioche or pistachio honey croissant? Also enticing a hungry customer is a sugar plum cheese Danish, made with buttery croissant dough, topped with creamy cheese filling and plum spread.

Returning favourites include the gingerbread loaf, penguin cake pop, peppermint brownie cake, snowman cookie and cranberry bliss bar. Or, for a lunch break, pick up a carved ham and Swiss breakfast sandwich or holiday turkey panini.

And if you need a Christmas gift for that coffee lover, you can pick up a cold cup, tumbler, festive mug or a gift card.

Starbucks services up trendy seasonal drinks for the holiday season

News Dec 05, 2018 Stoney Creek News

It's been open for less than a month, but the Starbucks at the under-construction Winona Crossing plaza is already a hit.

The new Starbucks, at 1350 South Service Rd., at Winona Crossing, opened in late November to service the growing number of coffee drinkers in Winona, Grimsby and the surrounding areas. It has all the amenities of what you would expect from a Starbucks: a drive-thru, wireless access, mobile order and pay and oven-warmed food.

There's already a Starbucks location on Millen Road and Highway 8, a recently opened Starbucks at Fiesta Mall in Stoney Creek, more in Dundas, Ancaster, Waterdown, Locke Street and in downtown Hamilton in Jackson Square to name a few of the more prominent locations in this area.

Starbucks is located in 78 markets with over 29,300 stores, employing over 350,000 people who proudly wear the green apron.

Starbucks’ business has expanded beyond the United States market, becoming a popular global destination. In the United States, because of a restructuring plan, about 150 stores were closed. Starbucks, though, has found a solid home in Hamilton.

Starbucks manages to reach for the stars when it comes to the holiday season. Employees wear red aprons while serving the new Starbucks Christmas Blend whole bean coffee. Returning seasonal flavours that have become almost a tradition for some customers include the peppermint mocha, now in its 16th year; toasted white chocolate mocha; caramel brûlée latte; chestnut praline latte; gingerbread latte and the always-popular eggnog latte.

The drinks are available hot, on ice and Frappuccino blended.

Starbucks is also offering its trendy holiday cups, which were first introduced in 1997. There is also a limited-edition red reusable cup available until Jan. 7. A customer with a reusable cup will get 50 cents off their grande beverage.

And if you have a seasonal drink, you also must have a taste of the Seattle-based restaurant’s holiday food. How about a chocolate swirl brioche or pistachio honey croissant? Also enticing a hungry customer is a sugar plum cheese Danish, made with buttery croissant dough, topped with creamy cheese filling and plum spread.

Returning favourites include the gingerbread loaf, penguin cake pop, peppermint brownie cake, snowman cookie and cranberry bliss bar. Or, for a lunch break, pick up a carved ham and Swiss breakfast sandwich or holiday turkey panini.

And if you need a Christmas gift for that coffee lover, you can pick up a cold cup, tumbler, festive mug or a gift card.