Nordstrom is shutting all of its coffee shops around Christmas Eve and New Year’s Day, the company announced on Monday.
The coffee shop chain said in a statement that customers will be able to shop at its stores between December 24 and January 2.
“Our goal is to make sure that we can accommodate everyone and provide customers with the quality service they expect at Nordstrom,” the company said.
The company also said it is providing free gift cards to anyone who shops at its Nordstrom stores.
Customers who don’t want to shop will be refunded.
“As you can imagine, we were not expecting to be so impacted by Christmas Day and New Years Day,” CEO and founder Andrew Puzder said in the statement.
“We have been working with our suppliers to make this a seamless transition.
We are also working with partners and retailers to extend our holiday season to Christmas Eve.”
The announcement comes on the heels of Nordstrom’s announcement in December that it was closing its more than 200 stores in December.
The retailer has since expanded its coffee shop program, opening the doors to other brands such as Dunkin Donuts and Starbucks.
Nordstrom also said last month that it would open its first-ever brick-and-mortar store in Chicago.
The chain has been one of the most popular retailers in the country for years.