Is Starbucks Open on New Year’s Day?

published Dec 30, 2023
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The holiday season is the most wonderful time of the year, but many of us can agree that it is also one of the most exhausting. Whether you take on the role of hosting dinner parties with family and friends or you are one of the countless holiday travelers that journeys home by bus, car, train, or plane, by the time New Year’s Eve rolls around you are likely in desperate need of a nap, a latte, or possibly both. 

Fortunately, Starbucks is never too far away and always ready to deliver a much needed caffeine fix. Even though it’s a national holiday, New Year’s Day is no exception. If your New Year’s resolution involves getting an early start and grabbing your morning coffee first thing, Starbucks is the perfect place to kick start your new routine.

What Are Starbucks’ New Year’s Day Hours?

This year, New Year’s Eve falls on Sunday, December 31, which means that New Year’s Day will be celebrated on Monday, January 1. While many coffee shops, restaurants, and grocery stores will be closed on New Year’s Day, Starbucks will remain open. The coffee chain will be open for regular business hours on New Year’s Eve, though business hours on New Year’s Day will vary from one location to the next. Be sure to double check your local Starbucks’ hours before heading out to get your favorite beverage on New Year’s Day. 

Starbucks is known for its festive seasonal beverages and snacks, a hallmark of the holiday season. This year’s menu includes the brand new Iced Gingerbread Oatmilk Chai, Peppermint Mocha, Caramel Brulée Latte, Chestnut Praline Latte, and the Iced Sugar Cookie Almondmilk Latte, which has returned for its third season. If you have yet to try these delicious holiday drinks, you’ll want to be sure to order them soon, or risk missing out until next year’s holiday season.