Here Are Starbucks' Thanksgiving Hours, in Case You Need a Frappuccino on Turkey Day

Jennifer Aldrich
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Here Are Starbucks' Thanksgiving Hours, in Case You Need a Frappuccino on Turkey Day
Here Are Starbucks' Thanksgiving Hours, in Case You Need a Frappuccino on Turkey Day

From Country Living

As wonderful as Thanksgiving Day is, the holiday also comes with plenty of stress. If you're hosting this year's feast, you're probably already preparing for a late bedtime the night before and the early wakeup call in the morning to ensure that all the Thanksgiving recipes on your Thanksgiving menu are ready to go by the time guests arrive. With so much to do on such little sleep, you're going to need a pick-me-up on November 26. And because it's not just any day of the year, you should treat yourself to a handcrafted drink from your favorite coffee shop—Starbucks. But before you grab your keys, get into your car, and head out, you'll need to know the answer to an important question: Is Starbucks open on Thanksgiving?

"Starbucks stores are a gathering place for the entire community and customers use our stores to connect over coffee in different ways every day," a spokesperson tells CountryLiving.com. "We are happy to welcome customers on Thanksgiving in select store locations. Store hours vary by location, and stores may occasionally adjust their hours based on business and customer needs. Specific store hours can be found by visiting our website."

Well, that news is exciting enough to make anyone perk right up! All it takes is a few clicks to find out if your local shop is serving Pumpkin Spice Lattes on Turkey Day.

So even if you're up all night prepping all the Thanksgiving side dishes, like green bean casserole, mashed potatoes, and cranberry sauce, you can rest (a little) easier knowing there could be a fresh cup of Starbucks coffee with your name on it (literally) by the time the sun comes up.

Or maybe you're a loyal Black Friday shopper. (You just can't beat some of those deals!) You will most certainly need a cup (or two) of coffee to get you through Thanksgiving and a full day of shopping.

Cheers!

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