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These Toronto Starbucks might soon sell wine and beer

If you're feeling extra thirsty at a Toronto-area Starbucks, you may soon be able to grab a glass a wine or a bottle of beer along with your iced venti caramel macchiato.

Starbucks Canada has filed liquor license applications for three of its Toronto stores: Bloor & Thompson, 446 Spadina Road and 1740 Avenue Road. Starbucks also appears to have a submitted an application for a new store at 109 Princes' Boulevard on the CNE grounds.

As CBC News reports, the company has confirmed it's working towards piloting its Starbuck Evening program here.

Members of the public have until December 27 (December 20 for the 109 Princes' Blvd.) to give their feedback to the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) regarding these liquor license applications.


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