Starbucks transforms its Naperville downtown store in the USA into a restaurant concept

Located in the heart of Naperville, the US state of Illinois, a Starbucks Reserve store was transformed into a special cafe offering a different experience with a coffee bar, handcrafted Italian food, and signature cocktails, last week. The Starbucks store, which reopened last week after closing in early April to complete the renovations, will serve with the restaurant concept implemented in only 3 Starbucks branches worldwide.

The beverage options in the new menu range from coffee to beer, wine to handmade cocktails, while the food options will offer pizza, salads, sandwiches, pastries, desserts, meat and cheese boards to its customers. At the same time, Princi bakery dishes inspired by the Italian Rocco Princi will be served.

The menu is unique to the Starbucks Reserve cafes, where “baristas keep the theater of coffee craft at the forefront of the experience,” company representatives said in a written statement. All Reserve coffee beverages are made with a premium selection of “extraordinary and sought-after coffees from around the world.”

Previously serving Starbucks Reserve and classic beverages, the revamped Main Street store now offers a variety of meals throughout the day in addition to a blend of mixology and brewing methods, representatives said. The Starbucks Reserve space also can host community gatherings, business events and other special occasions, according to its website.