The only thing resembling froth at the trusty Greenwich Avenue Starbucks for the rest of the day will be snow.

The coffee house at the busy crossroads of downtown Greenwich, which we’re told does the most sales in the state of Connecticut, brewed its last latte at 1:30 p.m.

The management is heeding a state of emergency declared by Gov.  Dannel P. Malloy.

Starbucks is tentatively — with a capital T — scheduled to reopen at 10 a.m. Saturday.

Inside, a few stragglers placed orders for one last cappuccino before Nemo inflicts its wrath on the region.

A few patrons were ensconced in their laptops and iPads, while Andrea Bocelli played over a set of speakers.

Time to say goodbye.

Neil Vigdor