Dunkin ‘is a multinational company coffee shop and fast food restaurant formerly known as Dunkin ‘Donuts – opens several “next generation” cafes around the triangle.
Its newest location will open at 8205 Fayetteville Road in Fukue Warina on March 2nd. During the grand opening, the store will be open from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Another Dunkin ‘recently opened in Morrisville. According to a company spokesman, the new Garner and Cary locations are under development and will open in the near future.
Each of them will have a new facade of the brand showcase, in which priority is given to “modern atmosphere and innovative technologies.”
“Dunkin’s next-generation stores have been very well received, and we are proud to present this innovative restaurant to the community,” said George Ross in a press release from the Fuquay-Warne franchisee. “New modern design and technology updates will attract the attention of old and new Dunkin ‘fans and help Fuquay-Varina work on Dunkin’ for years to come.”
Ice tea, coffee and cold brews on nitrate drinks will be served through taps similar to those used in bars. The area, designed for mobile pickups, will speed up orders for busy customers. A boost in energy efficiency will allow stores to run 25% less energy than Dunkin ’standard restaurants.
The new design is part of Dunkin’s ongoing initiative to rebrand the 72-year-old company. Dunkin ‘ cut the title in 2019 to highlight its coffee and beverage services.
The coffee chain includes 12,600 restaurants in 40 countries serving coffee, donuts, cupcakes and sandwiches.
This story was originally published March 1, 2022, 8:22 p.m.
Dunkin is opening next-generation coffee shops around the Triangle
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