Coffee & Tea
Price Range : $11-30 ($$)
Adress: 229 W. State St, Geneva, IL 60134
Phone: (630) 232-1692
- credit_cardAccepts Credit CardsYes
- directions_bikeBike ParkingYes
- transit_enterexitOutdoor SeatingYes
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This Starbucks is located in downtown Geneva among the shops and restaurants of the quaint and historical downtown Geneva. Of all the Starbucks I have been to in the Fox Valley you will find much history and connectedness to the city itself. As I entered I discovered Starbucks version of the neighborhood bar sans alcohol. The staff person at the counter is extremely helpful. Consider visiting this Starbucks if you appreciate this chain store with community flavor.
Worst Starbucks ever. Slow, terrible service and the drinks they made we're absolutely disgusting. One person making drinks while the rest of the employees stared.
This Starbucks is really just OK. Typically the baristas don't say hi or bye as you come or go, so it doesn't feel very friendly. The place is usually pretty full, typically only a table or two are available when I visit. It can be very distracting - since it's so small, between other guests, the coffee machines/grinders/blenders/ovens, and the music, it can get really loud. When it's cold, whenever the door opens, a cold blast rushes in.
Overall, a good place to grab a drink, especially during a walk on a nice day, but it's not the best Starbucks or coffee shop to sit and work from.
Your staff on April 6th at 4pm was a complete disaster. 3 people stood there and did nothing while my wife and i waited for 10 minutes for a simple drink. To make matters worse the drink was undrinkable. Absolutely disgusting service. Never returning again. Please fire that entire staff from this shift. Never seen something so ridiculous. You guys should be ashamed that you hired such incompetent people. Again, your April 6th staff at 4pm. We want our time and money back. Zero stars and 4 middle fingers
First of all, I love the baristas!
What I don't love is the temperature. When it's cold, patrons are told there's nothing to be done to adjust the temperature. I guess patrons should be able to have situation addressed or at least be provided mittens and a will blanket. Oh, and a free coffee to bathe in to warm up.
Something for manager, Erin Shadinger, to work on...