Hey, Coffee Lovers: Starbucks Is Open on Thanksgiving This Year

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Preparing a fantastic Thanksgiving feast takes a ton of work: You've got to know how to season a turkey, cook the Thanksgiving side dishes and maybe even find time to list fun things to do on Thanksgiving activities in your planner. All of this suggests that before you get started on a fun family activity on Turkey Day, you'll need some coffee. Now, if your favorite cup of Joe is from Starbucks, you might be wondering if the coffee shop is open on Thanksgiving. Thankfully, we've got you covered with Starbucks' store hours for Thanksgiving Day 2021.

If you prefer to get your delicious coffee or breakfast elsewhere, make sure you know that there are restaurants open Thanksgiving.

Is Starbucks open on Thanksgiving?

Yes! This year, Starbucks will be open on Thanksgiving. Typically, most Starbucks locations stick to their regular hours on Thanksgiving. If you'd like to be extra safe — and when it comes to 2021, you do — you can call your location ahead of time to make sure it will be following business as usual. Of course, you'll want to wear your face mask inside the Starbucks and maybe pre-order your drink (so you can be in and out in as little time as possible).

What other stores are open on Thanksgiving?

Starbucks isn't the only restaurant or store open on Thanksgiving Day. Plenty of other establishments will be open for food, groceries and more. On the food front, you can hit up restaurants such as Boston Market, Denny's, Cracker Barrel, IHOP, Sonic, Subway and Waffle House. If you need last-minute groceries, there are several grocery stores open Thanksgiving Day. Those include Fairway, Kroger, Safeway, Stop & Shop, Wegmans, Whole Foods and many others. Just want to shop? Dollar General, Macy's, Ulta and Walgreens will all be open. For more information, these are the stores open Thanksgiving Day.

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