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New Dunkin' Donuts restaurant has 'Fresh Brew' look

by jmaloni


Fri, Dec 13th 2013 07:35 pm

Irving location first of two new modern "Fresh Brew" Dunkin' Donuts restaurants coming to Buffalo area

Dunkin' Donuts has opened a new restaurant at 628 Main Road in Irving, conveniently located at the entrance to Interstate 90.

The restaurant is the first of two Dunkin' Donuts restaurants in the greater Buffalo area to incorporate the brand's new "Fresh Brew" design, which features a contemporary layout, color scheme, lighting, seating and other modern conveniences.

The second Fresh Brew-style restaurant is scheduled to open in January 2014 in the new Student Lifestyle Community on Sweet Home Road, adjacent to the University at Buffalo.

The contemporary amenities in the Irving restaurant include hardwood floors, soft couches, additional USB and electrical outlets and digital menu boards. Complete with a new, warmer interior color palette, the restaurant offers comfortable guest seating and atmospheric lighting. Additionally, the restaurant has a flat-screen television, free Wi-Fi and a drive-thru for busy guests.

"We are excited to unveil this new, modern restaurant to our loyal guests in Irving," said Dunkin' Donuts franchisee Tim Cloe. "The contemporary design provides greater comfort to our guests and improves the overall restaurant experience, while continuing to offer the same quality, convenience and value our guests have come to expect from Dunkin' Donuts."

The Irving restaurant is 2,400 square feet and will be open Monday through Saturday from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Sunday from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. It has seating for 20 guests and employs 25 crewmembers.

The new restaurant offers a complete menu of Dunkin' Donuts' internationally recognized coffee, lattes, donuts and bakery goods.

Cloe currently operates 26 Dunkin' Donuts restaurants in the Greater Buffalo area. Overall, there are 46 Dunkin' Donuts locations in the Buffalo market.

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