Even though you’ve been able to get your hands on your fave Starbucks drinks during quarantine through delivery, it’s super exciting that the coffee chain is reopening its doors across Canada for walk-in service.
According to an email sent to StyleDemocracy, by this weekend two-thirds of Starbucks locations across Canada will offer grab-and-go service.
The grab-and-go model continues to prioritize safety:
- When a customer walks into a cafe to order at the counter, they will notice floor markers and signage directing them where to stand to remain physically distant.
- There will also be a plexi-shield at the POS as an added barrier to protect employees and customers.
- All employees will wear facial coverings and adhere to Starbucks’ safety measures.
- With grab-and-go service, customers now have the option to walk into a cafe, order at the counter and pay with any method, though the chain encourages downloading and using the Starbucks App for contactless pay.
- Customers can also order ahead and pay with their Starbucks App to save time. Mobile orders can be picked up at the designated handoff area inside the cafe or at the drive-thru.
Regarding dine-in service, Starbucks looks forward to welcoming guests to take a seat however the company recognizes that this must happen on a community-by-community basis.
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