Ah, ’tis the season for eggnog lattes and peppermint mochas! After all that gift-exchanging, ham-eating, and gingerbread-making on Christmas Day, sometimes all you want is a nice warm cup of coffee to drink by the fire — after all, every coffee lover knows that getting your caffeine fix is essential 365 days a year. We all love the fun tree-decorating and holiday movie binge-a-thons that come with the Christmas season, of course, but we can still admit that getting into the jolly holiday spirit can get a little exhausting sometimes — especially when there’s a lot of family activities and Christmas cooking involved.
When that happens, the best thing to do is indulge in a little caffeinated pick-me-up — and lucky for you, we’ve got everything you need to know about Starbucks’ Christmas hours. Whether you’re heading to your favorite coffee place for a nice cup of coffee to reward yourself for another great season of gift-giving, or maybe even to look for a last-minute gift for the coffee aficionado in your life, here’s what to know about Starbucks’ holiday hours on Christmas Day 2019.
Will Starbucks Be Open on Christmas?
Good news for coffee lovers: Most Starbucks locations will be open on Christmas! Hours may vary by location, however, so be sure to call ahead or check the store locator for specific hours at your nearest Starbucks store, as your local Starbucks might be closed or have limited holiday hours.
And if you need another caffeine fix after all that crazy holiday rush, Starbucks will have you covered the day after Christmas with its happy hour special offered every Thursday in December — which includes Thursday, December 26! So after a good night’s sleep on Christmas Day following a truly food-coma-worthy dinner, grab a friend or family member and head to your nearest Starbucks location anytime between 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. for a special buy one, get one free promotion, valid on any handcrafted drink that’s grande size or larger.
What Other Stores Will Be Open on Christmas?
If you need something more than just coffee, there are plenty of other shops and grocery stores that will have their doors open on Christmas Day — including Safeway, CVS, Walgreens, and 7-Eleven — so you can totally pick up that one ingredient you totally forgot to buy ahead of the big dinner (don’t worry, we’ve all been there). And if you’re looking for a relaxing bite during the holiday, these restaurants and fast food joints are also open on December 25, so you can spend quality time with family and not have to do the dishes afterwards!
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