Starbucks announced Tuesday that it had started selling beer and wine in its Dulles Airport location in Washington, D.C.
The outpost joins 16 other locations in six states that serve alcoholic beverages after 4 p.m. every day. The first, in Starbucks' hometown of Seattle, started slinging booze on an experimental basis in Oct. 2010. But about half of the 17 locations, including those in the Atlanta area and southern California, started doing so only after the program was formally branded "Starbucks Evenings" on June 29. Read More