BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — We had no idea we were stumbling into history earlier this week when the craving set in for a large iced coffee. But shortly after leaving the Dunkin Donuts in the Home Depot Shopping Center on Glades Road at 441 in West Boca — complete with a very yummy (and free) celebratory apple n' spice donut — we received a press release about its renovation.
And we can confirm that it looks great!
The Dunkin Donuts now seems like a less formal (and perhaps more fun) version of its Seattle-based competitor. The colors are bright. The seats are comfy. And the flat screens are huge. It's no longer a “get in and get out fast” sort of snack center. It's a “sit down and spend some time” location.
If you're in the area, it's worth the trip. You will be amazed at what this Dunkin Donuts has become.
Here's the official announcement:
After serving guests for 20 years, Dunkin’ Donuts, America’s favorite all-day, everyday stop for coffee and baked goods, is unveiling a newly remodeled restaurant at 9774 Glades Road to bring guests greater comfort and accessibility, and to continue to keep busy people running while on-the-go. The newly renovated restaurant is scheduled to open on Monday, September 10 and will have special offers from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. Beginning at 5 a.m., the first 50 guests will receive a free small hot or iced coffee as a thank you for visiting the new restaurant. Additionally, guests will receive a free donut with any purchase made on September 10 from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m.
The newly remodeled, restaurant will be open 5 a.m. to 9 p.m., seven days a week and will employ approximately 38 crew members. The restaurant is 2,850-square-feet and will feature comfortable seating for approximately 37 guests with interior booths, outdoor seating, colorful tables and chairs. As part of the remodel, the restaurant will feature a modern look and offer complimentary Wi-Fi, energy efficient LED lighting, digital menu boards and a counter level bakery case with danishes, cookies and other specialty baked goods. In addition, the restaurant will offer a grab-and-go cooler with fruit parfaits, an assortment of cheeses, hummus and other on-the-go items. The restaurant will also have a full-sized conference room complete with a 70’’ flat-screen TV, which can be booked for meetings by calling the restaurant.
“After serving the community for 20 years, we are excited to unveil a newly remodeled restaurant to our loyal guests in Boca Raton,” said Ardalan Montazer, Dunkin’ Donuts franchisee. “From offering new grab-and-go items, to added comfortable seating and free Wi-Fi, these new enhancements will add to the quality, convenience and value our guests have come to expect from Dunkin’ Donuts.”
As for the menu, guests will find the same high-quality, great-tasting Dunkin’ Donuts menu items that can be enjoyed all-day, from old favorites such as a wide variety of hot and iced coffee, lattes and cappuccino to new menu products, such as the new Iced Dunkin’ Dark® Roast Coffee, Big N’ Toasted breakfast sandwich, Pumpkin K-Cup® packs and a variety of fall flavor menu items including the new Homestyle Apple Pie, Apple Crisp Muffin and Apple Orchard Donuts.
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