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Main Street Dunkins Reopened

The new shop has more seating, modern decor, flat screen televisions and a new drive-through.

The Dunkin' Donuts at 293 Main St. has reopened after closing for remodeling. 

The coffee shop has a new drive-through window, seating for 29 guests with interior booths, large flat-screen televisions and free Wi-Fi. The outdoor landscaped area has been converted to a patio, however, the seating has not been installed yet. According to Manager Chris Ferraro, they are waiting on "better weather."

Once the weather clears up, they will bring in cement tables and chairs for the patio area. 

Ferraro is pleased with the renovations and hopes that customers will stop in more frequently and stay longer, he said.

The menu is the same, with the exception of a few new items including the Berry Blast Coolatta and turkey sausage breakfast sandwich. The menu is now displayed on a digital menu board.

North Reading residents and loyal customers of Dunkins, Paul Ashman and Paul Dorsey said that the coffee shop is beautiful. They plan to frequent the location now.

“We are excited to unveil the new remodeled restaurant to our loyal guests in North Reading,” Franchisee Constantine Scrivanos said in a recent release. “The new enhancements will provide greater comfort to our guests and improve the overall restaurant experience through a new contemporary restaurant design, while continuing to offer the same quality, convenience and value our guests have come to expect from Dunkin’ Donuts.”

Joe Veno June 14, 2013 at 10:52 AM
Sorry Dunkin....McDonalds any size coffee $1.00 and it is GOOD coffee !
Les Masterson (Editor) June 14, 2013 at 01:06 PM
The new Dunks looks great! Thank you for adding outlets for those of us who work from coffee shops.
Cheryl Guerrero Hemley June 14, 2013 at 01:18 PM
Dunkin Donuts looks awesome. So glad it is renovated. I love it there.

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