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Starbucks Is Everywhere, Including Caesars Palace

Last updated: March 30, 2012 at 1:27 pm. Posted by in Caesars Palace, Las Vegas Casinos, Las Vegas Restaurants. Comments Off on Starbucks Is Everywhere, Including Caesars Palace.

What’s new at Caesars Palace? Well, among other things, Starbucks.

The world’s largest coffeehouse company recently unveiled its newest Vegas outpost at Caesars, and now Sin City visitors can satisfy their coffee bean cravings just around the corner from the hotel’s registration desk.

Caesars Palace Starbucks

Friendly, inviting and smells good. Not unlike a Las Vegas stripper. The coffee drinks at Starbucks don't seem all that pricey now, do they?

One for the writers among us: Note that Starbucks has no apostrophe, just like Caesars.

Caesars Palace Starbucks

The Grande Iced Caramel Macchiato, whatever that might actually be.

The new Starbucks seems to be getting into the spirit of Sin City, even putting its own spin on the famed “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign.

Caesars Palace Starbucks

There's probably not a Starbucks, Nevada. Yet. Oh, and don't stare at this too long. The "To Fabulous Starbucks Nevada" is rendered in some kind of mind-altering 3-D.

Some Starbucks trivia: The coffeehouse chain is named after the chief mate in “Moby Dick.” Originally, the company was going to be named Pequod (the whaling ship in “Moby Dick”), but cooler heads, and presumably better marketers, prevailed.

Caesars Palace Starbucks

Who you calling Muffin?

The new Starbucks is open from a time we don’t know to another time we don’t know. We are a blog, not a keeper-tracker of useful information. You’ll figure it out.

Caesars Starbucks Venti. Caramel Frappuccino. Whipped cream.

Venti. Caramel Frappuccino. That, we kept track of.

If it’s one thing we know, it’s that people who like Starbucks really, really like Starbucks. We feel the same way about craps. We’ll follow it anywhere.

Starbucks Las Vegas

When we say nobody can resist Starbucks, we mean nobody. This one's on Fremont Street, but you get the point.

Here’s more useless information: Caffeine (in moderate amounts) can improve one’s mood and help with one’s mental focus. Medical experts also believe it may reduce the risk of Type II diabetes, dementia, heart arrhythmia and colon cancer.

So, feel free to indulge your every coffee-based desire at the new Starbucks inside Caesars Palace.

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