Starbucks in Attiki

AG.Paraskevi, Aghia Paraskevi, Greece
OPENED: 5/15/2003, PHOTO: 4/17/2012

This store not only has a second floor with a balcony, but a very spacious outdoor patio.

Ag. Dionysios, Athens, Greece
OPENED: 12/11/2007, PHOTO: 5/29/2008

This store is actually inside the port, which makes it, along with its sister at E1, one of only two stores in a public transportation station (airport, subway, etc.).

Ampelokipoi Alexandras, Athens, Greece
OPENED: 6/15/2007, PHOTO: 5/25/2008

Ampelokipoi Thon, Athens, Greece
OPENED: 9/12/2003, PHOTO: 5/25/2008

This store, in a building that looks very new and modern, appears to be designed completely like an American store--I did not notice a single Greek touch. Additionally, in terms of friendliness, the staff I met was exceedingly so, just as I would expect of a Starbucks in America.

Ano Glifada, Athens, Greece
OPENED: 9/21/2007, PHOTO: 5/27/2008

ASC, Athens, Greece
OPENED: 7/29/2002, PHOTO: 5/26/2008

This store is unusual because it is located in the Support Center for Starbucks in Athens. The store is primarily used for training, but it also sells beverages and is listed on their web site, so I will count it.

Glyfada II, Athens, Greece
OPENED: 3/28/2005, PHOTO: 5/26/2008

A very small store, but with a covered patio. Given its proximity to the beach and the sea air, patrons probably prefer to sit outside anyway.

Glyfada Lampraki, Athens, Greece
OPENED: 12/17/2006, PHOTO: 5/26/2008

Golden Hall, Athens, Greece
OPENED: 11/1/2009, PHOTO: 4/17/2012


Holargos Mesogeion, Athens, Greece
OPENED: 6/26/2006, PHOTO: 4/17/2012


Ilissia, Athens, Greece
OPENED: ???, PHOTO: 5/30/2008

Kato Kifissia, Athens, Greece
OPENED: 10/7/2004, PHOTO: 5/28/2008

Kifissia, Athens, Greece
OPENED: 4/1/2005, PHOTO: 5/28/2008

Built in a very homey two-story wood and brick structure, this store, one of the prettiest in Attiki, is actually the former stable of Kasaveti, a very rich resident of Kifisia.

Kolonaki 2, Athens, Greece
OPENED: 3/11/2004, PHOTO: 5/25/2008

This location is farther away from the center of Athens and has a decor that is more modern and similar to an American store. Almost forgot--the tables and chairs on the patio--completely different.

Korai Street, Athens, Greece
OPENED: 9/20/2002, PHOTO: 5/24/2008

Third store I visited in Greece, one of the busiest, and the third with ornate decor throughout. The ceiling is really cool, with a pair of what appear to be skylights, except they are covered in purple. There is also a balcony on the second floor. and many status.

Monastiraki, Athens, Greece
OPENED: 3/1/2011, PHOTO: 4/18/2012

This newest store in Athens has a more modern design and is the third largest in the city. What is most unusual is that the seating is spread out across FOUR levels (well, two of them are really half-levels). With ample picture windows, this is a spectacular place to hang on a sunny day.boasts a cool design and shares space with other business, making it look more spacious than it really is.

N. Smyni, Athens, Greece
OPENED: 3/6/2003, PHOTO: 5/27/2008

Nea Erithrea, Athens, Greece
OPENED: 3/18/2006, PHOTO: 5/28/2008

This store has the more radical, most futuristic storefront of all the stores I saw in Athens.

Paleo Faliro, Athens, Greece
OPENED: 12/19/2002, PHOTO: 5/29/2008

Glass, glass, and more glass! I loooove glass stores. Now, please correct me if I have the wrong store, but I think I saw b/w photographs of what the area used to look like back in the day.

Patision, Athens, Greece
OPENED: 9/23/2006, PHOTO: 5/28/2008

Patision 2, Athens, Greece
OPENED: 2/13/2007, PHOTO: 5/28/2008

Voted the best Starbucks in Europe, this store, in an old building, sports a very cool tile floor, a set of back doors that lead to a patio. But that's just the bottom floor. Follow the wide stone steps up to the second floor, and you will find a very large space, almost suitable to host a dance, I would say, with tall ornate ceilings. The staircase continues, albeit with wooden steps, at various angles up to a third floor and possibly beyond, but Starbucks' space ends at the second floor. But even without that 3rd floor, this seems like one of the largest stores in the world. Too bad I could not get a better photo because of that stupid stand out front!

Sygrou Ag. Sostis, Athens, Greece
OPENED: 10/8/2004, PHOTO: 5/27/2008

The Mall-Athens, Athens, Greece
OPENED: 11/25/2005, PHOTO: 5/25/2008

This store closes at TWO AM on Sunday, the latest closing of any store in any mall I have seen anywhere!!!

Voula, Athens, Greece
OPENED: 12/19/2002, PHOTO: 5/26/2008

This store's main floor and seating area might seem small, but there's also the large bottom floor, the balcony (for yucky smoking), and, outside across the walkway, a covered seating area. Plenty of room for all of Voula!

Vrilissia 2, Athens, Greece
OPENED: 3/24/2006, PHOTO: 5/25/2008


Bournazi, Bournazi, Greece
OPENED: 12/30/2003, PHOTO: 5/29/2008

Chalandri, Chalandri, Greece
OPENED: 7/7/2004, PHOTO: 5/25/2008

Glyfada, Glyfada, Greece
OPENED: 7/31/2003, PHOTO: 5/26/2008


Kallithea, Kalithea, Greece
OPENED: 5/22/2003, PHOTO: 5/29/2008

Marousi, Marousi, Greece
OPENED: 11/24/2003, PHOTO: 5/28/2008

This store is on one of a small village-like series of narrow brick streets and quaint shops. Check out the vertical Starbucks sign--very unusual.

Marousi 2, Marousi, Greece
OPENED: 5/24/2004, PHOTO: 5/28/2008

Passalimani, Piraeus, Greece
OPENED: 3/30/2004, PHOTO: 5/29/2008

This store is either the second smallest in Athens, or the smallest, depending on whether you count the fact that Dafni has a large patio.

Piraeus Filonos, Piraeus, Greece
OPENED: 7/31/2004, PHOTO: 5/29/2008

This might be my 8000th store, plus or minus a few stores.