Midtown Miami Is Getting Its First Starbucks Coffee (Photo)

Midtown Miami will soon be getting its first standalone Starbucks Coffee location (there’s also a location inside Target).

It will be located on the ground floor of the recently completed Hyde Hotel & Residences.

Thousands of residences have already been completed in the neighborhood, and and thousands more are now under construction.

 

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Anonymous

Midtown Miami.. a beautiful place to live.

Anonymous

But it could be ten times better.

Anonymous

Explain how genius

Anonymous

I see it doesn’t take much to impress you.

Anonymous

be patient grasshopper

Anonymous

Awesome.

Anonymous

I’m surprised it took this long for something so ubiquitous.

Anonymous

Angelina’s is 10x better

marc

Them sammiches though.

M.B.

Thousands of more residents???
One can be easily frustrated on how there’s been no serious talk from our County government for some form of rail other than brightline to service this area. E.G. metromover. It’s a no-brainer.

Anonymous

Wrong there is one in Target.

Anonymous

You didn’t read article

Anonymous

I was the first one to post, they edited that.

Anonymous

Feel sorry for Pasion del Cielo Cafe…which is much better than Sturbucks, they will be out of business sooner or later.

Anonymous

Midtown and Edgewater are booming.. more than capable to support multiple coffee shops.

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The PDC went out of business in South Beach suddenly. Sad, I really liked it.

Thank Grant Stern

Thank Grant Stern for keeping Walmart out. Walmart bought the SW corner to build a monster store BUT Grant Stern continues to uncover illegal activity on the part of the City and Walmart… So Walmart has not built a store yet.

GBA

Huge win for Midtown. Huge.

¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Calm down Trump, it’s not that exciting.

Anonymous

More Trump derangement syndrome

Anonymous

And you’re another Trump ball washer.

Anonymous

You act like Starbuck is such a big deal lol

Anonymous

They say Starbucks, no Ritz Carlton.