Starbucks just opened its biggest location in the world on Chicago’s Magnificent Mile. It’s the newest of six Reserve Roasteries, and boasts 5 stories of coffee, cocktails, baked goods, and other treats. Other Starbucks Reserve Roastery locations include New York City, Milan, Tokyo. Insider was there for opening day, and caught up with some of the hundreds of people waiting in line to try seven different coffee-brewing methods and other drinks you can’t get anywhere else.
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