Starbucks this week began serving customers from a new store on Chicago's north side that's completely made of recycled shipping containers.
The store, on the corner of North Broadway and West Devon Avenue, serves drive-though and walk-up customers. There is no indoor seating.
The store replaces a hot dog stand and took influence from other shipping-container designs the company has used in Portland and for other pop-up shops and drive-through stores.
The instant coffee shop was fabricated offset and assembled on the site. The Chicago Tribune reported last month that construction was hampered a bit because a truck carrying the pieces broke down and was later delayed by a hostage standoff.
The store had a soft launch on Saturday but a grand opening was scheduled for Tuesday, DNAinfo Chicago reported.