Popular Coffee Chain Is Going Out of Business and Closing All Locations

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Even Starbucks has closed coffee shops, so size isn't a concern. The coffee giant closed 130 shops in Russia amid the Ukraine war, and in the U.S., too.

Starbucks shuttered 16 outlets at the end of July for safety and criminality concerns.

On-site drug usage, theft, and violence were reported, a spokeswoman said, but some say the closures were related to unionisation efforts.

As of Nov. 7, 2022, there were 15,757 Starbucks countrywide. If you prefer another local chain, have your final cup quickly. A 30-year-old business and Cambridge staple is closing.

Darwin's Ltd., a family-owned coffee and sandwich restaurant, announced its closure on Nov. 9.

The closures were announced on Instagram on Oct. 26. The Darwins originally indicated that the Mt. Auburn Street business would go.

"After 30 years as a mainstay in this beautiful neighbourhood, our 30-year Lease is nearly up," the message says.

"This milestone allows Ownership to consider workload and personal health, and we appreciate everyone's understanding. So, we're closing this location."

The article revealed that the Mt. Auburn site will close on Nov. 22 and the remaining three locations will close awaiting a response from Darwin's United.

All stores will close before Christmas, baristas informed Cambridge Day.

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