Starbucks in Brooklyn to sell craft beer at night

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Starbucks In Brooklyn To Sell Craft Beer At Night

One hip Starbucks location is now offering craft beer and wine -- and, of course, it's in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Starbucks announced their Williamsburg location on N 7th St. would be the first stand-alone cafe in New York to offer their Starbucks Evenings menu. In addition to alcohol, customers will be able to order from a limited food menu that includes meatballs, truffle mac and cheese, artichoke and goat cheese flatbread, bacon-wrapped dates, and other small plates. The 2,900 square-foot Brooklyn cafe will feature ten different wines and craft beer from Brooklyn Brewery, which is only a few blocks away.

"I go to Starbucks every morning, so it's cool that you can get alcohol at night," a 29-year-old nurse told New York Daily News. "Bars are always so noisy and rowdy; it's more quiet and relaxed here."

The Starbucks Evenings menu is available at more than 70 cafes around the country, including one small cafe inside of Macy's in Manhattan.

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Starbucks in Brooklyn to sell craft beer at night
In this July 1, 2013 photo, a modern apartment building on North 11th Street contrasts with the older shingled buildings and brick buildings near the Brooklyn Brewery, in the Williamsburg section of the Brooklyn borough of New York. In rundown urban neighborhoods across the country, craft breweries helped transform the neighborhoods around them, drawing young new residents and other small businesses. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

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