"Starbucks and Starbucks", or "The corner of Starbucks and Starbucks" is a local (and somewhat scornful) nickname for an intersection in downtown Vancouver, British Columbia. The intersection in question is Thurlow and Robson streets in the West End, where two of the corners have Starbucks coffee shops on them, owing to the great demand for trendy coffee joints in yuppy-rich Vancouver. They are both constantly full of people.

Interestingly, a few years back during the struggle among Starbucks employees to unionize, one of the stores was unionized and the other was not. Briefly the clientele was polarized - union supporters on one corner, random people on the other - but now it's back to the semi-random distribution of "Which side of the street am I on?"