Find Starbucks Menu Prices & Most Popular Food Items
Last Update: August 17, 2016
You have come to the right place for the Starbucks® menu with prices. Starbucks serves a large variety of high quality coffee drinks made by friendly baristas in a café environment. In addition, all day hot breakfast sandwiches, flavorful lunch offerings and fresh baked pastries can be had at Starbucks.
You know you can rely on Starbucks for a well-made hot cup of coffee or espresso. However, the sheer variety of artisan inspired hot and cold beverages available at Starbucks will keep you coming back to try new things.
Well known for their friendly baristas and fast service, Starbucks is a great place to stop any time of the day for a snack or tasty drink.
Below you will find the menu with prices followed by some hand-picked favorites:
|Double-Smoked Bacon & Cheddar||490 cal||$4.75|
|Slow-Roasted Ham & Swiss||450 cal||$4.75|
|Bacon & Gouda Breakfast Sandwich||350 cal||$3.75|
|Sausage & Cheddar Breakfast Sandwich||500 cal||$3.45|
|Spinach & Feta Wrap||290 cal||$3.75|
|Reduced-Fat Turkey Bacon Breakfast Sandwich||230 cal||$3.75|
|Hearty Blueberry Oatmeal||160-290 cal||$3.45|
|Butter Croissant||240 cal||$2.45|
Lunch & Anytime Snacks
|Chicken Artichoke Panini||510 cal||$6.45|
|Protein Bistro Box||370 cal||$5.25|
|Old-Fashioned Grilled Cheese||580 cal||$5.25|
|Banana Nut Bread||420 cal||$2.75|
|Cheese Danish||320 cal||$2.45|
|Chocolate Croissant||330 cal||$2.75|
|Chocolate Chip Cookie||310 cal||$1.95|
|Cake Pops||140-170 cal||$1.95 / $3.50 (for 2)|
Bistro Boxes & Wraps
|PB&J Bistro Box||A feel-good box of nourishing favorites - 450 cal||$5.25|
|Omega-3 Bistro Box||420 cal||$5.95|
|Cheese & Fruit Bistro Box||470 cal||$4.95|
|Thai-Style Peanut Chicken Wrap||450 cal||$5.95|
|Edamame Hummus Wrap||460 cal||$5.95|
Strawberries & Cream Frap
Vanilla Bean Creme Frap
Iced Coffee, Tea & Other Drinks
With or Without Milk
Teavana Shaken Iced Tea
Iced Tea Lemonade
Flavors: Cool Lime, Very Berry, Valencia Orange
Chai Tea Latte
Chocolate Chai Tea Latte
Full-Leaf Brewed Tea
Iced Caramel Macchiato
Fresh Brewed Coffee
Cinnamon Dolce Latte
Skinny Vanilla Latte
White Chocolate Mocha
Popular Menu Items
If you are stopping in for breakfast make sure you try one of the hot sandwiches or fresh baked pastries on offer to compliment your cup of coffee. We recommend the Spinach & Feta Breakfast Wrap for a protein packed vegetarian option with less than 300 calories.
If you are simply looking for the best in coffee based beverages, look no further. Try a Caramel Brulée Latte if you are looking for something smooth, sweet and creamy. If you prefer your coffee dark and straight, try the Caffé Americano, a hot espresso toned down with hot water for a Euro style start to your day.
Here are some more favorites from the menu:
Vanilla Bean Crème Frappuccino®
This rich and refreshing drink blends flecks of vanilla bean and fresh milk with ice to make a smooth, frozen sweet treat. It comes topped with whipped cream. It is so rich that you may find you only need the mini for $3.25.
Very Berry Hibiscus Starbucks Refreshers®
Whole blackberries adorn an icy cold blend of real fruit juice and Green Coffee Extract served over ice. This drink will give you a blast of energy and refreshment in the same drink. Enjoy a 16 ounce grande for $3.45.
Bacon & Gouda Breakfast Sandwich
A hot breakfast sandwich made to order is available all day long at Starbucks. Enjoy a slice of parmesan frittata topped with smoked bacon and aged gouda cheese served on an artisan roll for $3.75.
Thai-Style Peanut Chicken Wrap
This lunch favorite is served in a box with a side of grapes and a peanut-coconut sauce for dipping. The wrap itself is made with grilled chicken breast, chile-lime slaw, red bell pepper slices and a ginger infused cream cheese wrapped in a soft chile tortilla. $5.95.
In 1971, the first Starbucks opened in Seattle, Washington. Jerry Baldwin, Zev Siegl and Gordon Bowker all knew each other as friends from University of San Francisco. They had met with entrepreneur Alfred Peet who had designed some high quality coffee equipment. Originally the focus of the store was on selling coffee beans and Peet’s equipment.
Starbucks was up to six stores, all of which were in Seattle, by 1986 when they began to sell espresso. The original owners sold the chain to Howard Schultz who operated another chain of coffee outlets in 1987. He renamed all of his stores Starbucks and began a rapid expansion. By 1989 there were 45 locations, and in 1992 the 140 location chain went public.
Innovative marketing that has often used social media and highly publicized public engagement endeavors, has been part of the Starbucks success story. As of 2015 there are about 22,700 Starbucks locations worldwide.