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730 Coleman Blvd Mt Pleasant, SC 29464
730 Coleman BoulevardUSSouth CarolinaMount Pleasant29464
$$Coffee ShopToday 5:30 AM – 8:30 PM
Thursday 5:30 AM – 8:30 PMFriday 5:30 AM – 8:30 PMSaturday 5:30 AM – 8:30 PMSunday 6:00 AM – 8:00 PMMonday 5:30 AM – 8:30 PMTuesday 5:30 AM – 8:30 PMWednesday 5:30 AM – 8:30 PM
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Seattle-based coffeehouse chain known for its signature roasts, light bites and WiFi availability.- Google
"The caramel macchiato is my favorite."
"Always great service!"
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Daniel Hagedorn
4 weeks ago
This location is the best Starbucks I have ever been to. It's the employee's there that make it really great. Aymee is their MVP by far, she remember's me every time and makes suggestions for me that are always what I am looking for but just don't know. I have been coming to this one regularly for a little over a year and have had such a good experience I needed to share it.
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Benjamin Tuffigo
a week ago
Pretty big for a Starbucks, lots of seats and tables.
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James Morris
a year ago
Great staff, internet is poor quality.
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Sterling Simmons
2 years ago
Very comfy
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John Williamson
5 months ago
I've been going to this Starbucks about 4 times a week for the past 2 years or so. I do the occasional surveys but I've never left any sort of detailed feedback. Since I have some free time today, I figured I would do just that. In short, I can't praise this store and its employees highly enough, and I think they definitely deserve some sort of recognition. From a business perspective, I've always admired the Starbucks corporate culture and approach to customer service, and its subsequent embodiment in its stores, practices, and employees. Obviously some stores adhere to those standards more "loosely" than others, but I think my local store is a prime example of what a Starbucks store should be, as well as what the company wants a Starbucks store to be, and the company should be proud to have the employees this store houses. I've lived in Mt. Pleasant for 6 years now, and the store in my hometown of Rock Hill, SC doesn't come close to the Coleman Blvd. store in ANY category. The store manager, Brandy, possesses an unwavering resolve and impressive social acumen. She and everyone else who work there - Megan, Ashley, Alex, Terrence (who, according to this chalkboard in front of me, won partner of the quarter), Patrick, and Maggie - have an unequivocal dedication to making sure customers enjoy what they order and leave with a smile on their face, no matter what it takes. It boggles my mind seeing patrons who have the nerve to get angry and complain and make a fuss about the most trivial things, and how some customers think things like the shortcomings or errors of the Starbucks app, or a specific company policy, are somehow the fault of the baristas. I've seen the cashiers have to deal with the most enigmatic, nonsensical complaints; they handle them in a calm, polite manner every single time, which I think is a feat in itself. By my calculations, I've visited this store about 400 times. The cashiers and baristas are always happy and smiling, even when it's obvious they're probably not having a great day. These guys somehow easily remember my name and my semi-complicated drink, even though I'm not even an every day regular, which I think is very impressive. Sometimes they have the cup sharpie'd before I even get to the counter. From customer service to cleanliness to drink quality, everything about this store exceeds expectations, and I have visited many different Starbucks stores all over the United States. I understand that all the aforementioned things are part of employee training, policy, and culture, but the actual execution of them is something that I think cannot be measured quantitatively. It must be seen and experienced, and I'm glad I get to experience it a few times a week.
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Betty Frierson
2 years ago
I love Starbucks! The caramel macchiato is my favorite... always great service!
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Sean Smart
a year ago
Always great. Anywhere.
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Andrew Gluvna
4 months ago
Closes at 830???


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