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Where to Find the Only Airport Locations of 'Starbucks Evenings'

January 13, 2014 at 8:48 AM | by | ()

If there’s one staple of the airport dining scene—besides Sbarro of course—it has to be Starbucks. The ubiquitous coffee shop is there when you need them, and of course they can supply you with everything from caffeine and cookies to macchiato and muffins.

Now things are getting even better, as the Starbucks Evenings concept has made its way to the airport. It’s just like Starbucks but with a little less coffee and a lot more food and wine. Here’s where to find the first couple of these locations during your next layover.

Los Angeles International Airport

The latest Starbucks Evenings location is part of the upgrades and improvements to the Tom Bradley International Terminal over at LAX . This one has been open since late last year, and it now gives the option for travelers to enjoy a nice glass of wine or a cold beer before their flight. As far as snacks are concerned they of course have those as well, as Chipotle Hummus Dip and Goat Cheese Flatbread are just a couple of the additions to the menu to help you further enjoy that adult beverage. Stop by before your next flight if you’re in the neighborhood of the South Concourse between Gates 157 and 156.

Washington-Dulles International Airport

The very first airport location of Starbucks Evenings does its thing over at Washington-Dulles International Airport, and it just celebrated its one-year anniversary of pouring its first glass of wine. There’s no merlot frappuccinos here—at least on the regular menu—but the place does offer up a new location within the terminal to sip and sample wine, beer, or even a cup of premium coffee or tea. Snacks like rosemary and brown sugar cashews, crudités, and truffle mac and cheese are all available for your dining pleasure. Grab a coffee and finish your airport pit stop with a glass of wine over in Concourse B over between gates B38 and B48 near the outpost of Stellar News and Stellar Books.

[Photo: LAX/Pinterest]

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