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Goodbye Bravo Burger: Hello Starbucks

VICTORVILLE-( The old saying says, “All good things come to an end”, this could not be more true for the Bravo Burger that was until recently located at 14508 Valley Center Drive in Victorville. The restaurant abruptly closed its doors on Monday, June 8, 2015. Customers were greeted at the door by a sign that read “sorry we are closed.”

Glancing through the windows of the business one could see a computer monitor sitting on top of a trash can as well as a stack of picture frames that had been removed from the wall. These are all signs that the restaurant has forever closed at this location.

In reference to another popular saying, “Out with the old and in with the new”, Starbucks will be the proud new tenant for the 2,740 square food building that was recently on the market for $1,799,000.

Starbucks is preparing to open later this summer, and according to Starbuck’s Corporate Spokeswoman, Haley Nieman this will be a whole new experience in comparison with other area locations. The store, like most, will include a drive thru and will include seating for over 50 people.

“In addition to Starbucks menu of handcrafted beverages and food, this store will be the first in the Mojave Desert to offer Starbucks Reserve, a special collection of rare, small-lot coffees which are selected from small farms all over the world by our experienced coffee team,” said Nieman.

Victorville customers will be able to order their Starbucks Reserve coffee brewed on The Clover Brewing System, which according to Nieman, lets you discover new layers and dimensions within a coffee’s familiar aroma, flavor, body, and acidity, brewed fresh by the cup.

Although some Victor Valley residents speculated that this location would be serving the Starbuck Evenings menu, Nieman says that this location is not under consideration for the Starbucks evening menu at this time.

Currently locations serving the Evening menu are those in large Metropolitan areas, with 8 locations in Los Angeles County.

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