We had such a great day at Pike's Place, but missed out on being able to get into the original Starbucks so we thought we would head over to the Space Needle followed by the Starbuck's Reserve Roastery. There currently are only six Starbuck's reserves in the world, and three of these are located in the US. These are in Seattle, Chicago, and New York.
The Space needle which originally opened its doors in 1962 for the world's fair cost $4.5 million dollars to build back then. Just recently it became the world's only building that has a revolving glass floor to see everything below. The upgrades they have recently done are pretty amazing if you have been previously as the glass windows and benches that are tilted back- make you feel like there isn't much to grab on too. If you are afraid of heights like we are, you must stand on top of a bench and face your fears!
When you walk into the Starbucks Reserve Roastery, you are immersed in amazing smells. This is for all the coffee lovers out there. Not only do they have special menus, you can try all sorts of coffee creations, signature coffee cocktails, and great pastries to pizza! There is something for everyone and we wanted to try one of everything.
Come check out the Space Needle and Starbuck's Reserve Roastery by clicking below: