Starbucks announced Wednesday that it plans to open standalone Italian bakeries in three U.S. cities between late 2017 and early 2018.
The bakeries, called Princi, will come to New York, Chicago and Seattle, according to an announcement on the global coffee chain's website.
In addition, Starbucks plans to open "Reserve Roasteries" in Shanghai, Tokyo and New York in 2017 and 2018.
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The first Reserve Roastery opened in Seattle in 2014 and was advertised as a 15,000 square foot space, "dedicated to roasting, coffee education and increasing availability of the company’s small-lot Reserve coffees."