DUNKIN’ DONUTS

Last month Dunkin’ Donuts announced that they are searching for franchisees in Fresno, Bakersfield, Sacramento and Santa Barbara. In 1950, entrepreneur Bill Rosenberg opened the first Dunkin’ Donuts shop in Quincy, Massachusetts. Dunkin’ Donuts licensed the first of many franchises in 1955. Dunkin’ Donuts is the world’s leading baked goods and coffee chain, serving more than 3 million customers per day from more than 10,000 stores in 32 countries. Thanks to readers Cris and Migt for the tip.

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11 Responses to DUNKIN’ DONUTS

  1. . says:

    maggies is perfect for another coffee shop and its available

  2. Andy says:

    ABOUT TIME! I have missed DD since living in PA several
    years ago. One of the few chains I actually would like to
    see.

  3. Charlotte says:

    It’s just a matter of time when donuts will make a comeback and be the new trend i.e. cupcakes and frozen yogurt. Boutique donuts…hmmm. A Dunken Donuts franchise sounds good to me, with a few tweaks here and there. But then again franchises may not allow tweaks. ??

  4. RexOfSB says:

    I really like Dunkin’ Donuts, but Spudnuts blows them out of the water.

  5. Glenn says:

    My fave is the Milpas Ellers. It will be nice to try them to compare wherever they end up. There is a trend in NY right now for the Cronut a croissant doughnut that might make it out here eventually.

    • Tj says:

      Hi, Spudnuts serves the cronut, in a few styles.

    • RexOfSB says:

      Glenn, the Spudnuts on upper State Street (not the one on Carrillo) serves its own take on the cronut, called the “dossant.” Apparently they couldn’t call it a cronut for trademark reasons, so they just reversed the syllables. They come in 3 or 4 flavors and are delicious. They’re pricey–$3.50–but worth every nickel.

  6. Glenn says:

    Cool, are they any good, I’ll have to try some!

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