TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Students, faculty and staff at Florida State University can enjoy coffee almost anywhere. Seminole Dining offers various coffee blends, such as Starbucks, Lucky Goat, RedEye and Caribou coffees.
Florida State has two main Starbucks locations at Strozier and Dirac libraries. Both Starbucks are open bilaterally to those studying in the library and to those who want to grab a quick cup of coffee or snack without entering the library. Starbucks coffee can also be found at the Canteen, Jolt Café and Legal Provisions.
“I usually go to Starbucks all the time,” senior Teresa Gonzalez said. “After finding out Doctor’s Inn served RedEye Coffee, it’s my go-to spot before I go to class in the College of Medicine!”
RedEye organic coffee and tea can be found at Doctor’s Inn and is served in an earth-friendly or reusable cup. RedEye Coffee is not only known for its taste but for its sustainability efforts, giving all of its after-tax profits to local and global humanitarian causes.
Tallahassee favorite, Lucky Goat Coffee, can be found at Garnet & Go, The Grid and C.O.E Café. House Roast, Dark Roast and Cold Brew are available.
Einstein Bros. Bagels offers Caribou Coffee hot, iced, frozen or cold brew. Flavors range from Hazelnut, White Chocolate, Caramel, Vanilla, Mocha and more. FSU’s newest tea shop Argo Tea Café serves Caribou Coffee, in addition to its seasonal coffee beverage, Hoho Mint Mocha.
For those who are looking for coffee at any time of day or night, The Den serves Denny’s Blend regular and decaf coffee.
“We know students, faculty and staff sometimes need a pick-me-up,” Seminole Dining Regional District Manager John Teeple said. “Seminole Dining is happy to provide a variety of different coffees, so students can try nationally renowned chains or sip a Cup of Joe from one of our local partners.”
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