Loved that there was a Starbucks to get a little caffeine in me for the drive back to Denver. Monument is beautiful!
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I love my Pikes Place Venti. Always get one when I shop @ Safeway. The muffins and slices of pound cake are tempting, too. Wait staff is super friendly and it's so convenient to have a Starbucks inside the grocery store.
Not much to comment on except you get what you ordered- as it should be with any Starbucks. Wish it didn't cost so much but hey, I guess you pay a but for consistency? :-)
I've been to many Starbucks, but the one in Monument, CO, is not one of my favorites. It feels cold and uninviting, not the type of place one can enjoy sitting and visiting or working on the computer.
I know, but when you want caffeine...I drink chai, not coffee, and I have never been able to get my iced latte's to turn our like theirs! I'm a regular at this location and they are always ready to serve w a smile!
There are actually two Starbucks in Monument, this free-standing Starbucks on the west (mountain) side of Highway 105, and the second a small sit-down Starbucks inside the Safeway on the east side of the highway. We like them both, but the free-standing unit is larger,...More
Starbucks, for me always delivers a consistent product. I especially like skinny mocha frappachinos no whip. Always tastes great and it is refreshing.
This place is terrible. Ordered an off the menu coffee.....they charged me individually for each item in it....came out to about $8.00. Usually when I order it, the total is $4.75. And I have ordered it at A LOT of Starbucks locations. Ordered Sandwiches....they never...More
The location is clean but the service is hit or miss. Some folks are fast and friendly while others, you can really tell, just do NOT want to be there. If you have a little extra time its worth driving a couple more blocks to...More
If you like over priced coffee that tasted like it was burned this is the place for you. If you want a good cup of coffee try the place right down the street, or better yet cruise down to Palmer Lake and stop at the...More