Coffee & Tea
Price Range : $11-30 ($$)
Adress: 1282 Route 300, Newburgh, NY 12550
Phone: (845) 567-3528
- turned_in_notHealth Score95 out of 100
- credit_cardAccepts Credit CardsYes
- local_parkingParkingPrivate Lot
- directions_bikeBike ParkingYes
- transit_enterexitOutdoor SeatingYes
- turned_in_notGood for WorkingYes
- turned_in_notGender Neutral RestroomsYes
Typical Starbucks experience in Newburgh, NY. The place has a welcoming seating area and drive through. There wasn't a line, but likely because I visited mid-afternoon. Although there seemed to be plenty of employees, it took a while to get the drinks I ordered, so efficiency is something this location can work on. The food and drinks were all standard Starbucks recipe, so nothing special. It was a quick detour off the highway for me, so fairly easy to access if you're passing through the area.
This store consistently makes my preferred drink wrong. The baristas argue about the recipe with my husband or I when asked to remake them. Then it is always with a belligerent attitude, especially Spencer. I just want the drink made according to Starbucks recipe! All the other locations are capable of doing it....I have been a gold card member with Starbucks for 14 years, and this is the worst service, bar none.
Went in for a quick latia, order and then hen grabbed lunch found the servers to be not rude but not friendly. Which is surprising because the Fishkill, Poughkeepsie, locations are all very nice and helpful. This place reminds me of the high school or young college students who don't care about basic common courtesy or a friendly greeting.
You want an advice?! Dont ever go to this Starbucks drive thru!!!
We waited about 15 minutes in line and there was only 1 car before us.
And they got my coffee all messed up.
I ordered white chocolate mocha and I got WARM MILK. Yes! I dont taste coffee or anything else BUT WHOLE MILK!!!
This Starbucks has consistently terrible service. Today I waited inside at the register for 10 minutes without being acknowledged and there were at least 6 people working. I understand that each employee has a different role and consideration is often given to the long line of to go customers but perhaps one of those 6 employees should be focused on in-house customers. Why isn't there an employee at the register inside taking orders as they came in? Definitely go somewhere else for your coffee when you are in Newburgh.