Is Starbucks really going to serve wine and beer? Oh yes, it’s true Starbucks enthusiasts. As part of their Starbucks Evenings, they are launching the new Starbucks Evenings menu starting April 5 at three stores – 3079 Bloor St. W., 446 Spadina Rd. and 1740 Avenue Rd. in Toronto.
Starbucks Expanded Menu Served After 2 pm Daily
So as of 2:00 pm each day these three locations will be offering the expanded menu. These locations are also offering the limited quantity of Starbucks Reserve® coffees brewed to perfection, on Starbucks own Clover® brewing system, for the sophisticated tastes of coffee lovers.
What’s Starbucks Evenings All About?
“Starbucks Evenings is focused on creating a new afternoon and evening occasion where customers can gather with friends or family or find a quiet spot by themselves to enjoy a sophisticated and welcoming environment,” explains Rossann Williams, president, Starbucks Canada. “We are excited to introduce a new menu of curated savoury shareable plates along with both international and local wines, local craft beer and cider complemented exquisitely with our rare and exotic small-lot Starbucks Reserve® coffees, truly elevating the Starbucks Experience.”
Starbucks Evenings Food and Beverage Menu
Check out the warm, savoury food designed around small plates perfect for sharing!
Artichoke and Goat Cheese Flatbread
Enjoy with a glass of white wine!
Meatballs with Tomato Basil Sauce
Savoury meatballs with Tomato Basic Sauce pairs well with a tall cold beer.
Spinach Artichoke Spinach Dip with Pita Chips
Go ahead and get dipping!
Parmesan Crusted Chicken Skewers
Hot and ready chicken skewers with wine and beer.
Bacon Wrapped Dates with Balsamic Glaze
Beer and bacon? A real Canadian treat.
Truffle Mac and Cheese
Mac & Cheese lovers are going to love this newest addition to Starbucks expanded menu.
Chicken Sausage and Mushroom Flatbread
Hot flat bread with a class of red wine always does the trick.
It’s just like going to the movies!
Prosecco – Villa Sandi, “Il Fresco” DOC Treviso, Italy
Sauvignon Blanc – Kim Crawford, New Zealand
Riesling – Fielding Estate Winery, VQA Niagara Peninsula, Canada
Chardonnay – Vintage Ink, VQA Niagara Peninsula, Canada
Pinot Grigio – Santa Margherita, Italy
Malbec – Trapiche Broquel, Argentina
Red Blend – Menage a Trois Midnight, California, USA
Cabernet Sauvignon – The Show, California, USA
Chianti – Rocca Delle Macie, Italy
Red Blend – The Conspiracy, VQA Niagara Peninsula, Canada
Canadian Craft Beer & Cider
They’ll even have a variety of Canadian and International beers ready to serve. Imagine going to Starbucks on a Friday evening to relax and enjoy a cold one?
Amsterdam – Blonde – Lager
Amsterdam – Big Wheel – Amber Ale
Muskoka – Mad Tom – IPA
Muskoka – Detour – Sessionable IPA
Muskoka – Summerweiss – Seasonal Wheat Beer
Muskoka – Winterweiss – Seasonal Wheat Beer
Pommies – Pommies Dry Cider.
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