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Cal Ave Starbucks to close temporarily

Uploaded: Jun 9, 2016
If you’re seeking caffeine in the California Avenue area the week of June 13, don’t go to the Starbucks at 361 California Ave. in Palo Alto.

That Starbucks location will be closed temporarily from Sunday, June 12, at 5 p.m. until Wednesday, June 22, at 5 a.m., while the shop undergoes a "makeover," a message posted in the coffee shop reads.

The biggest changes, per renderings also posted in the shop, seem to be new seating areas and arrangements. See a rendering below, compared to the current layout:





Below are all of the renderings posted in the Starbucks:

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