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Jan 16, 2013

News: Dunkin' Donuts Set to Come to California

After many years of shunning the sunny shores of California (well, except for a single location on a military base that's not open to the public), Dunkin' Donuts today announced plans to expand into Southern California and is actively seeking franchisees to open Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants in Los Angeles, Riverside, San Diego, San Bernadino, Ventura, and Orange Counties.

The plan is to have the first new Californian Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants open in 2015.

So yeah, you can expect Dunkin' Donut reviews on Brand Eating in about two years or so...

(Photo Credit: Dunkin' Donuts)



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10 comments :

  1. Dunkin' Donuts is coming to the Denver area too. Their first location is planned to open this year. It has been a long while since I had one of their donuts, ha.

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  2. I was so excited when I clicked on the news post, then so bummed to learn it won't happen for another 2 years haha.

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  3. *gasp* They'll be the closest Dunkin' Donuts to me... I haven't had one in almost six years (when I moved back to Oregon from NYC)... I am obsessed with their French cruller. I was lucky enough to grow up in Portland when there were two Dunkin' Donuts locations but they've since closed down. I rekindled my love of them in college but they'll always be the donuts of my childhood...

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  4. The nearest one to me is in Vegas. Haha, I used to visit relatives in Portland in the summer as a kid and we would occasionally go to Dunkin' Donuts. I liked the glazed twist yeast donuts back then, but I'm all about the French cruller now!

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  5. Atleast Portland has a Krispy Kreme.

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  6. actually that hasn't always been so...Fresno used to have one years ago..but after that whole "mouse in the donuts" scare, they left.

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  7. None of this matters. I live in LA but am originally from Boston. When I went home a couple of years ago I was horrified. They no longer make the donuts fresh in the store. It's all trucked in. The goods are cold and stale. At this point, there are many Mom n Pop shops out here that do it better than Dunkies does nowadays.

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  8. I read that they'll have to have in-store frying facilities since there isn't a distribution center out this way. So let's hope!

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  9. You should drive to Colorado Springs - there are three locations and i visited one store recently.

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