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Idaho’s largest Starbucks opens

The new Starbucks in the Student Union Building will be Idaho’s largest, according to a news release from the school.  The coffee and quick foods retailer officially opens its doors today, and will gobble up 2,200 square feet of space.

The SUB location will be the second on campus after a spot inside the Albertsons library. Hours for your caffeinated pleasure: 

Regular operating hours, beginning on move-in day Aug. 18, will be from 7 a.m.-11 p.m. Monday–Friday and 8 a.m.-11 p.m. Saturday–Sunday.

EARLIER – DEC. 4, 2016: Starbucks subs for Moxie at SUB

 New Starbucks location coming to Boise State's SUB - ArbiterOnline screenshot
New Starbucks location coming to Boise State’s SUB – ArbiterOnline screenshot

Moxie Java’s presence in Boise continues to dwindle – with an outlet on campus at Boise State going the way of so many others.

Boise State and food vendor Aramark are reshuffling some of the space inside the Student Union Building, which will make way for a new Starbucks outlet – while the Moxie will close, according to The Arbiter.

This will be the second Starbucks location on campus – the other is inside Albertsons Library.

Garden City-based Moxie Java used to be the dominant coffee player in Boise – but has been reduced to just a handful of locations, and is now behind Starbucks, Dutch Bros. and Human Bean in number of total locations.  Another local Moxie also recently closed.

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