Starbucks just revealed the first of 1,000 standalone bakeries it plans to open around the world. Here’s what it’s like to visit.

The first Starbucks opened in Seattle in 1971, and while it’s now a multinational coffee chain, the brand turned to its hometown to launch its first standalone Princi bakery.

The upscale Italian bakery is the result of a licensing partnership between Starbucks and the eponymous company of famous Italian baker Rocco Princi. It opened on Tuesday, July 31.

Princi’s European-style baked goods were first introduced at the Capitol Hill Starbucks’ Reserve Roastery and Tasting Room, with a later iteration opening at the Reserve store at the company’s Seattle headquarters.

Read the full story on Business Insider.

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