Significant Historical Starbucks Stores
Starbucks is one of Significant Historical Starbucks Stores.

1. Starbucks

8.7
1912 Pike Pl, Seattle, WA
Coffee Shop · Pike Place · 340 tips and reviews

Chris J.Chris Jeanes - SU2: #301 - The First Store, although actually the Fourth store after 'University of Washington' in 72 and 'Capitol Hill' in 73. The Original location was torn down in 1974.

Starbucks is one of Significant Historical Starbucks Stores.

2. Starbucks

6.8
4634 26th Ave NE, Seattle, WA
Coffee Shop · Northeast Seattle · 45 tips and reviews

Chris J.Chris Jeanes - SU2: #302 - The Second Store, again not in it's original location after it relocated in the 1990s. Also now a 'Clover Store'

Starbucks is one of Significant Historical Starbucks Stores.

3. Starbucks

5.8
10116 NE 8th St, Bellevue, WA
Coffee Shop · 21 tips and reviews

Chris J.Chris Jeanes - SU2: #303 - The Third Store (by number, but not sure about the chronology), now a 'Clover Store'

Starbucks is one of Significant Historical Starbucks Stores.

4. Starbucks

434 Broadway E (at E Republican St), Seattle, WA
Coffee Shop · Capitol Hill · 10 tips and reviews

Chris J.Chris Jeanes - SU2: #304 - The 'Capitol Hill' Store the third store the chain opened after the original Harbor Heights store (later relocated to Pike Place) & the original University of Washington store (later relocated)

Starbucks is one of Significant Historical Starbucks Stores.

5. Starbucks

6.2
4555 University Way NE, Seattle, WA
Coffee Shop · University District · 14 tips and reviews

Chris J.Chris Jeanes - SU2: #305 - The Fifth Starbucks, and confirmed the third oldest one still around (After Pike Place and Capitol Hill). Also noteworthy for still sporting the rare pre-1987 logo.

Seattle's Best Coffee is one of Significant Historical Starbucks Stores.

6. Seattle's Best Coffee

1100 4th Ave (at Spring St), Seattle, WA
Café · Seattle Central Business District · 10 tips and reviews

Chris J.Chris Jeanes - SU2: "The Sixth Starbucks was at the corner of 4th and Spring where Starbucks served their first Espresso on a cold damp morning in April 1984."

Starbucks is one of Significant Historical Starbucks Stores.

7. Starbucks

6.4
701 5th Ave #118 (at 4th & Cherry), Seattle, WA
Coffee Shop · Seattle Central Business District · 17 tips and reviews

Chris J.Chris Jeanes - SU2: #101 - The First of the 'Il Giornale' stores which were new Espresso Bars set up after Starbucks were reluctant to associate the brand with Espresso houses. Later rebranded as Starbucks stores.

Starbucks is one of Significant Historical Starbucks Stores.

8. Starbucks

15600 NE 8th St (in Crossroads), Bellevue, WA
Coffee Shop · Crossroads · 2 tips and reviews

Chris J.Chris Jeanes - SU2: #340 - Still proudly displays the 1987-1992 logo

Starbucks is one of Significant Historical Starbucks Stores.

9. Starbucks

6.6
19720 44th Ave W Ste K (at 196th St SW), Lynnwood, WA
Coffee Shop · 3 tips and reviews

Chris J.Chris Jeanes - SU2: #350 - Still proudly displays the 1987-1992 logo