A Starbucks spinoff called “Starbucks Evenings” is opening in Japan.
The first of its kind, “Starbucks Evenings” will serve alcoholic beverages alongside cheeses, tarts, and other such snacks, Japanese news site Rocket News reports. It is set to open for the first time on Wednesday, March 30 and it’s located in the Marunouchi district of Tokyo.
There are already a couple of cafes in Japan known as “Inspired by Starbucks” that have been operating for a few years now, since 2013. The cafes serve the usual caffeinated suspects, but also offers a drink menu that includes wine and beer. Unlike “Starbucks Evenings,” it doesn’t serve cocktails.
One of the drinks customers can expect to see at the new “Starbucks Evenings” is called a Wine Fraggino. It’s a blended ice beverage, similar to a Frappuccino, except it trades coffee for booze. The Fraggino is made with blueberry wine from Hokkaido, a northern Japanese island. It costs 900 yen, which translates to about $8.
Like “Inspired by Starbucks,” the newest spinoff serves beer and wine paired with either cheese or pastry snacks. It also offers an expanded food menu that includes options like ratatouille.
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