A disgruntled Starbucks customer is suing the popular coffee chain, claiming its iced drinks are insufficient and falsely advertised.
I am here to inform you all that the festering tourist trap featured in your Manhattan-related dystopian nightmares is now going to be a thing, because the largest Starbucks in the world is officially opening in NYC’s Chelsea neighborhood.
Some Starbucks’ customers are outraged over the coffee chain’s new holiday cups, just because they lack a Christmas-themed design. In the past, the company released cups depicting images of snowflakes, reindeer, white doves and ornaments. This year, the cups are plain red — and people are really pissed.
For those of you who look forward to fall and its changing colors of leaves, the faint smell of wood smoke in the air and most importantly, that cozy, cardboard cup of Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte, here’s some pearl-clutching news. The coffeehouse chain has announced that they will be changing the ingredients in its…
Starbucks has revealed its new lineup of “wait, what?” Frappuccino flavors, which seriously include Cotton Candy and Cupcake. Should you try ’em?
Starbucks, the one place in the world where you can order a cup of whipped cream with a shot of caramel syrup and call it coffee, is ready to make you healthy. Fresh off its highly successful "Race Together" campaign, the chain wants to tackle another important subject: The amount of vegetables you're eating every…
Starbucks is still getting hammered for its erroneous Race Together initiative. Larry Wilmore made it a topic on Monday's edition of The Nightly Show, with a wonderful panel that included The View's Rosie Perez, comedian Phoebe Robinson, designer Kenneth Cole and a fur-stole-clad 2 Chainz.
Starbucks announced that, beginning Sunday, it will no longer ask employees to write "Race Together" on customers' cups. But don't worry, spokesman Jim Olson insists that it's not a response to the entire world pointing out that this was an incredibly stupid idea to begin with.
First up in the realm of unfathomable embarrassment, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz has rolled out an immediately self-parodic corporate initiative called "Race Together," in which—according to Fortune—"Starbucks baristas will have the option as they serve customers to hand cups on which they've handwritten the words…
A registered sex offender was arrested at Starbucks while he tried to download child pornography.
For years, Fox News has bleated about the "War on Christmas," suggesting the phrase "Happy Holidays" and some complaints about nativity scenes on public property amount to an all-out assault on a sacred tradition. Meanwhile, Christmas has overflowed its traditional borders, annexed Thanksgiving and begun laying siege…
You know those times when you're in dire need of a sugar-filled Venti Macchiato but can't make it out to one of the 21 Starbucks on every block in New York City? Finally, Starbucks is granting your third wish of having a cup of caffeine delivered right to your door, a la Seamless.
With the end of summer approaching (sob!), few things are certain: the leaves will change, the wind will take on a crisp bite and food manufacturers will start stuffing pumpkin spice into EVERYTHING they can think of, from potato chips to vodka. Of these pumpkin-flavored food items, Starbuck's Pumpkin Spice Latte…
America's favorite Thanksgiving dessert-flavored hot drink is coming back.
Sameera Raziuddin, a 23-year-old, Florida-based woman, has set the record for most expensive drink ever ordered at a Starbucks and now we are writing about it. News!
Julia Wykes of Ottawa was running errands last week when her baby became hungry while she was in line at Starbucks. In order to soothe the infant and (likely) keep the baby's cries from irritating the other customers, she sat down to breastfeed her baby. That's when an irate customer demanded that she be forced to…
It was a rainy and cold Tuesday when this Jezebel staffer left the Gawker Media office on the mission: to find a Teavana® Oprah Chai Tea Latte, now available at a Starbucks near you. The mission was successful and we can now report that it left us feeling both fantastic and slightly insane.
Starbucks wants a Louisiana teacher to know they are very, very sorry that a barista drew a pentagram and a "666" in the foam of two coffee beverages. Satanic lattes? Satattes!