Here Are Starbucks' Thanksgiving Hours, in Case You Need a Frappuccino on Turkey Day

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Here Are Starbucks' Thanksgiving Hours, in Case You Need a Frappuccino on Turkey Day

The only day where you might wake up earlier than you do on Christmas morning is Thanksgiving day (which happens to fall on November 25 this year, FYI!). There's always so much prepping to do, even if you're not the one cooking the main turkey dinner. Whether you're bringing a side, baking a dessert, or you're in charge of the alcohol, you just can't help but wake up early. And we all know, an early morning means coffee is a necessity. So, as soon as you jump out of bed, you're likely ready to jump in your car and head to your local Starbucks. But you're likely wondering ...

... is Starbucks open on Thanksgiving?

"Starbucks stores are a gathering place for the entire community and customers use our stores to connect over coffee in different ways every day," a spokesperson told CountryLiving.com. "We are happy to welcome customers on Thanksgiving in select store locations. Store hours vary by location, and stores may occasionally adjust their hours based on business and customer needs. Specific store hours can be found by visiting our website."

Well, that news is exciting enough to make anyone perk right up! All it takes is a few clicks to find out if your local shop is serving Pumpkin Spice Lattes on Turkey Day.

So even if you're up all night prepping all the Thanksgiving side dishes, like green bean casserole, mashed potatoes, and cranberry sauce, you can rest (a little) easier knowing there could be a fresh cup of Starbucks coffee with your name on it (literally) by the time the sun comes up.

Or maybe you're a loyal Black Friday shopper. (You just can't beat some of those deals!) You will most certainly need a cup (or two) of coffee to get you through Thanksgiving and a full day of shopping.

Cheers!

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