SEATTLE -- After closing one of its table-service cafe locations, Starbucks Coffee Co. here is converting a second Cafe Starbucks location to a traditional coffee-house format. While customers may no longer get meat loaf and chocolate cake brought to their table, they can choose from a selection of pastries, salads and sandwiches just as they do in thousands of other Starbucks coffee houses, officials said. The cafe concept, in place at four units here, was always a test for Starbucks, ...

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