What Graceland is for Elvis fans and Australia's Gold Coast is for surfers, so Starbucks Reserve Roastery & Tasting Room aims to be for coffee hounds. Just a few blocks from the normal-size store in Seattle's Pike Place Market that was Starbucks' original location (in 1971), the immense space roasts, brews, serves, and celebrates coffee on an epic scale. Master barristas and roasters are on hand at various stations throughout this house of caffeinated worship to discuss every aspect of the process from bean to beverage. Yes, it is a place to have a cup of coffee (as well as an artisanal pizza from Chef Tom Douglas's adjoining Serious Pie), but it is also a museum, a library (with over 200 books about coffee), a store selling every imaginable coffee-making accessory, and a veritable theme park attraction. It's at 1124 Pike Street and is open from 7am to 11pm.