The Travelin' Librarian Uncategorized Full list of Starbucks closures now available

Full list of Starbucks closures now available

Starbucks Gossip has the list. Here’s the damage Nebraska will be suffering:

11527 HWY 370 & 36TH 3811 TWIN CREEK DR BELLEVUE NE
13626 23RD & CLARKSON 610 E 23RD ST FREMONT NE
11270 2ND & W 42 ST 4116 2ND AVE KEARNEY NE
9883 120TH & BLONDO 2012 N 117TH AVE OMAHA NE
11528 CENTER & 63RD 6303 CENTER ST OMAHA NE
11529 HWY 370 & 72ND 1423 PAPILLION DR PAPILLION NE
11805 72ND & GILES 8440 S 72ND ST PAPILLION NE

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27 thoughts on “Full list of Starbucks closures now available”

  1. Kirk A. says:

    I’m not sure I’d consider anyone “suffering” at the loss of a Starbucks. There are plenty of better local coffee shops around. (IMHO)

  2. Robert M. Lindsey says:

    We two GOOD coffee houses here before Starsucks opened. Now they are both closed.

  3. Austin Chu says:

    When I read about Starbucks closing down stores today, I wasn’t the least bit afraid of them filing for bankruptcy or closing down forever. I’ve been following the whole Starbucks ordeal on savvywallet.com. Even with the free iced coffee on Wednesday promotion, introduction of their fruity smoothies, and free wifi with gift card registrations. The only thing I’m worried about is not enough hotspots for wifi. There are several stores around my area that are closing down, and that’s what I’m concerned about. I enjoy walking around the streets, plop down and always be able to find a signal because I know a Starbucks is near. The glory days are over.

  4. Starbucks Closure List says:

    There are five from my community. Sucks I guess…

  5. Shannon says:

    Good to see the one at O & 33rd is not on the list since it is the only one available for that neighborhood. I'm happy to buy local, but there had not been a "local" for the Hartley area before that particular *$ opened.

  6. Dabeckrock says:

    Does anyone really care about Nebraska? I think n-o-t.

  7. Michael Sauers says:

    Well, there are those of us that live here…

  8. Danielle says:

    I know I don’t care about Nebraska. Been there. Bored to tears with that.

  9. Danielle says:

    Yes, there are people who live in boring places. I think I knew that already. No?

  10. Anna says:

    Methinks that perhaps Danielle lives in a boring place if she doesn’t have anything better to do than leave sophomoric comments on random blogs that have nothing to do with the topic.

  11. Steve Lawson says:

    Danielle lives in NEW YORK CITY and you don’t. Simple as that.

  12. Danielle Becker says:

    Anna,

    True, I didn’t have a lot to do at the time I commented, I was on the desk and it was dead (summer session isn’t that popular). Plus, wtf, who cares about the status of Starbucks comings and goings anywhere, much less Nebraska. I had to poke fun, it makes me laugh.

    Uh, and yeah, I live in NYC so unless at the desk w/o questions, bored I am not. (And I’m not one of these people who does “other” work at the desk, just don’t think that’s inviting to students.)

    I think it’s funny how upset people get when you have a contrary opinion about their state. Say what you will about where I live, I love it and could care less to defend. Just because I think Nebraska is boring and what not, well, those are my comments and hey, what’s the use of a comments section if people don’t comment? How fun is that?

    Final note: Nice use of the word sophomoric, bravo. And Michael, thanks for mentioning my blog, you gave me tons of exposure today!

  13. Danielle Becker says:

    Final, final comment:

    Will people really “suffer” if a Starbucks closes? I mean, really?

    Say something funny about it, Michael, don’t just post stats, I know you got it in ya.

    (Oky, now I’m commenting because I’m sick and find myself stuffed-up and unable to sleep.)

  14. Joshua M. Neff says:

    I love New York City. The people that live there are so charmingly provincial.

  15. Danielle says:

    Good of you to be so open-minded as to reduce all NYers to stereotypes.

  16. Joshua M. Neff says:

    Sorry, Danielle, but with the cards you’ve already played, you’ve negated the “you’re being close-minded by picking on me” card. Just doesn’t work. Nice try, though. You get points for…well, no, you don’t really get any points.

  17. Danielle says:

    Hey Joshua,

    Here’s a word of advice for ya: lighten-up.

    For the most part, I was just kidding-around about Nebraska being “boring” as that is a simplistic thing to say (not to mention not really true, my fiance is from Nebraska and is there right now, actually, so I know there’s more than Starbucks and corn). I just wanted to point-out that I thought the post was useless and to see how fired-up people get about defending their hometowns. I’m from Minneapolis, say what you will, I don’t care. I live in NYC, go-ahead, shoot.

    TGI-effin’-G

  18. Joshua M. Neff says:

    Danielle,

    You don’t know me, so you probably don’t realize that I’m not really upset by your comments, I’m just amused at your poor social skills when it comes to leaving comments on a blog.

    I just wanted to point-out that I thought the post was useless and to see how fired-up people get about defending their hometowns.

    Yeah, see, that’s called being a troll.

  19. Danielle says:

    Joshua,

    I know what a troll is and I dare say I don’t have poor social skills. Rather, I found his post useless because, at the end of the day, who cares if Starbucks close in dumb-f**k Nebraska, South Dakota or damn-near anywhere. I read this blog to see if there are any PC/Library thingees I’m missing, not to hear the boring wailings of those suffering from the loss of Starbucks. Oh, and if I can get a laugh along the way, I will.

    Comment etiquette? Really? Oh please, Joshua, enlighten the uninfomed, would you?

  20. Joshua M. Neff says:

    I know what a troll is and I dare say I don’t have poor social skills.

    Yes, you’re excellent social skills are in fine display here.

    Oh, and if I can get a laugh along the way, I will.

    I wouldn’t bet the farm on that one.

  21. Danielle says:

    Joshua,

    Your, not you’re. Just so’s you know’s.

    And I did get a laugh, maybe you didn’t, but I certainly did.

    Well played sir, I’ll give ya that.

    Over and o-u-t~
    Dabeckrock

  22. rochelle says:

    (wonders if anyone cares about *$ closures in SW Wisconsin? dares not share her badger state love or coffee emporium grief. risk for mockery and flames too great. weeps quietly at desk.)

  23. Danielle says:

    Rochelle,

    Nice. You made me laugh. That’s all I was going for. Thanks.

    BTW, some of my best friends are from WIS, that is a state I love so no mockery from me. I got my undergrad from the U of MN and your Badger kicks our Gopher’s rump. (I have severe mascot-envy.) Plus, you guys know how to have a good time, no doubt.

  24. Fluxus says:

    Hmm, from 33rd and O, one could go to The Cup at 25th and J, about 10 blocks away–they serve Cultiva coffee, too, which is the best coffee ever roasted. Coffee Connection at 27th and Randolph is also roughly 10 blocks. They’re local, and that’s a matter of another minute or two of travel by bike or car.

  25. Stephen Francoeur says:

    Some NYers are bummed about losing their Starbucks (personally, I just make my own coffee at home and avoid getting into debates over the role of Starbucks).

  26. Danielle says:

    I agree, I’m not much of a coffee drinker though so when I do have an urge, I go to the closest latte-serving joint and by my office that tends to be the green mermaid.

    The Gothamist is a cool site, no?

  27. Anonymous says:

    I would just like to clear up that the best coffee in Lincoln is from The Coffee House at 1324 P St. The Coffee House has been there for over twenty years; it is a Lincoln landmark and family owned. The Coffee House has been surviving the last 4 years with corp. starbucks 1 block away. Give your support to The Coffee House.

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