Caribou Coffee located at 800 Wacker Drive, in Dubuque, will be closing permanently today (3/31) at 2pm. In a response from on-site workers; staff were told the closing was due to low traffic.

Credit: Google Maps Caribou Coffee Located in Wacker Plaza, Dubuque closes permanently today at 2pm
Credit: Google Maps       Caribou Coffee Located in Wacker Plaza, Dubuque closes permanently today at 2pm

Caribou Coffee located in Wacker Plaza was a premium coffeehouse featuring high quality, handcrafted beverages and food. They served expertly roasted coffee blends & espressos and handcrafted beverages, like mochas and lattes, using some of the best ingredients. Their food offerings included a variety of premium breakfast sandwiches, baked goods, and snacks.

Just think for a moment what it means to create day-making experiences that spark chain reactions of GOOD. If the idea of positively impacting your team and guests at every opportunity excites you, come join our herd!


Team. Guest. Quality. This is what’s important around here. It’s simple, but it takes a special person that draws energy from making the lives of their teammates and their guests better. If that’s you AND you love great coffee and food…bonus!

-Caribou Coffee Careers Page

According to their website, Caribou Coffee was founded in 1992 in Minneapolis, Minnesotta. Their company headquarters and roastery are still located there today. They serve their coffee in more than 700 coffeehouses worldwide. Caribou Coffee products are also available in all 50 states across grocery stores, mass retailers, club stores, foodservice providers, hotel, entertainment venues and online.

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