Phone: (206) 937-1732
Location: Westwood Village 9023 25th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98106
Starbucks is a Seattle-based coffeehouse chain known for its signature roasts, light bites and WiFi availability.
To access WiFi in Starbucks stores:
- When you’re at Starbucks, you can stay connected to your world with WiFi service from our friends at Google™.
- To log on, simply select “Google Starbucks” WiFi network, and when the Starbucks WiFi landing page loads, complete the fields, and click “Accept & Connect.”
- If the Starbucks WiFi page does not pop up, open a browser, navigate to a website, and you will be redirected to the WiFi landing page
More info on working remotely from Starbucks
Where do you work? If you’re like a growing number of Americans, it may be from your home. Scratch that. It may be from Starbucks. You may think Starbucks is a place to hang with your friends and sip lattes. But it’s also kind of the new boardroom, and cubicle and office. Really. Look around the next time you hop in to pick up the latest greatest Frappuccino that’s made it from the “secret menu” to the legit real one. Chances are that you’ll spy a flurry of flying fingers, typing away on their laptops.
So why do so many WAHM’s, WAHD’s, freelancers and other adults who don’t work in a traditional office environment choose Starbucks? Well, there’s the whole coffee thing. A steady stream of caffeinated goodness certainly doesn’t hurt during the work day. But that’s not all. Read more on Red Tricycle
No Office? No Problem. Meet Me at Starbucks
The business plan took shape over a laptop, a latte and a chocolate chip cookie. On evenings and weekends, Joel Gascoigne would meet friends at a coffee shop in Birmingham, U.K., where they’d congregate at wooden tables, warm a hodgepodge of mismatched chairs and nurture a side of entrepreneurism.
Coffee fueled him. The other customers motivated him. With electronic music pulsing through his headphones, Gascoigne started up his start-up, Buffer, a social media management platform for small businesses. Read more on Starbucks.com