StarbucksCoffee Shop • Saint Paul, United States
No longer open on weekends.
Freelance Photographer, Graphic Designer, Writer, & music fanatic. I hang out at a lot of coffee shops.
I'm a fan of sitting outside & watching the trains roll by.
The only thing this mall lacks is an Apple Store. Otherwise, this mall is perfect for my needs.
The Park & Ride is permanently closed. The two closest is County Road C & 35W or Grace Lutheran Church. All buses (except for route 272, which got rerouted) still stop at the Transit Center.
Word of warning: the stall inside the men's room doesn't have a door. Better do your business at home. Otherwise, fantastic place for breakfast, dinner or a drink.
Busy on Saturday's. But they have awesome meats & liquor at cheap prices. Word of warning: they do not take credit/debit cards.
Only downside to this place is it can be hard to find a place to sit, especially in the morning. Even in Barnes & Noble, it can be hard.
Don't wait for the bus at this location at night. A lot of people who don't ride the bus seem to like this place as a regular hangout.
Come here before or after the lunch hour or order through your iPhone app before coming. Very long line during the lunch hour.
One of the better Dunn Brothers in the Twin Cities. Full menu, friendly staff, excellent food. They have a drive thru but I don't utilize that since I take the bus here.
One of the best looking libraries I've been into in quite sometime. Get sick of the kids screaming? There's a Dunn Brothers connected to it to offer a little more peace.
If you need to charge your electronic device, you're better off going to the Starbucks that's connected to B & N. B & N has done everything possible to cover plug outlets.
Watch your cell phone entering or exiting the train at any station. People have been known to rip phones, especially smartphones, out of people's hands near train doors.
Don't come here on weekends, namely Saturdays. Unless you don't mind dodging people through out your trip.
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