Thursday, March 27, 2008

BACK IN BUSINESS AT 7TH AND MONTANA ...!

   

Cheers erupted at 7th and Montana this morning as the marathon, three-day renovation at Our Favorite Starbucks came to an end.  Inside sources report that construction crews were working until the last minute, installing new lighting, doors, wall splashes, countertops and more.  Manager Gabe was still sweeping up debris when I walked in.  "Hmmm," said one Critical Observer, "The place hasn't really changed that much ... it looks a little more open."  Be that as it may, it's nice to know that some things don't change.  I couldn't help noticing, for example, that a solitary Apple Fritter remained in the Display Case.  Perhaps the Construction Crew worked around it ...!

8 comments:

princesssaurora said...

Well, what is your verdict?  Do you like the changes?  Looks okay to me!

be well,
Dawn
http://journals.aol.com/princesssaurora/CarpeDiem/

martygord said...

Hi Dawn -- It looks nice -- newer and cleaner -- but not substantially different than before.  The increased lighting makes it look brighter and more open.
Best,
Marty

gazker said...

Let there be light................ Ahhhhhhhh. That ain't an apple fritter Marty, it's a piece of ceiling that fell into the cabinet. It just looks like an apple fritter!
Looking good Starbucks............Gaz ;-)

ab45yui said...

All that hoopla and it looks the same?  Please say it isn't so!

beckiepainton said...

its like the 60 minute makeover, with no make over then lol.beckie x

deshelestraci said...

I hope it was worth three days of lost revenue.  
Traci

tenyearnap said...

That's it? Not even a little play area for Sophie? --Cin

rdautumnsage said...

Perhaps they just wanted to test your endurance on how long you would wait to have the doors open again....That Apple Fritter has to be hard as all get out by now. (Hugs) Indigo