The 2,000-pound copper siren statue overlooks the Starbucks Reserve Roastery.
Princi Bakery – located in each Starbucks Reserve Roastery— will sell artisanal savory and sweet baked goods.
The Arriviamo Bar will feature bites and classic cocktails like an Aperol Spritz, as well as coffee concoctions like a twist on the Negroni made with cold brew, gin, bitters, Don Ciccio & Figli Nocino walnut liqueur, and black truffle salt.
The roastery operates like a sleek coffee factory. Bags of coffee beans travel up from the cellar via a conveyor belt; after the bags are cut open, beans fall into the copper vessel and the roasting process begins.
“The scoop bar features a vintage hanging scale to celebrate the tradition of the neighborhood and nine beautiful coffee bean silos in the window that will be manually filled each morning, so you’ll be able to walk by and say, ‘Wow, they’ve got Colombia and Brazil today,’” Muller said.
The terrarium downstairs is, as Starbucks puts it, “their own little corner of Costa Rica.” The team cultivated plants for six months before putting the display together.