Monday, June 30, 2014

Hey, the new Dunkin' Donuts is now open on Cooper Square



The one at the former Norman's Sound & Vision space at 67 Cooper Square opened Saturday. The official Grand Opening is today.

Previously on EV Grieve:
But of course!: Former Norman's Sound & Vision space becoming a Dunkin' Donuts

Dunkin' Donuts-branded door handle arrives on Cooper Square

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

exactly what we need...

JAZ said...

finally, Munchkins in a hoof

Anonymous said...

I heard people walking by it a week or two ago saying "I read about this on EVGrieve", pointing at the "D" on the door handle, and saying "It's never going to work"

Anonymous said...

Fuck this. You can get Dunkin shitty donuts anywhere in the world. Right next door is Zaiya--cool Japanese bakery. Where else in the western hemisphere can you get that? Almost nowhere. But how meaningful is that to the dolts who live in this neighborhood? Not very. Before long this Dunkin store will be overrun with brotards and Megans, queueing up for their daily sugary retard drinks, stale donuts and rubbery microwave egg sandwiches. Enjoy, you boring fucks.

nygrump said...

This is the future. You can spend $50 on an artisan locally sourced organic meal that is delicious, or spend $5 on something that is identifiable as traditional foodstuff but contains a lot of wheat, sugar and maybe meat or cheese-like product and somewhere nearby is some alcohol.

DrBOP said...

@Anon 11:18....tell us how you REALLY feel :+)

....and in honor of our National holidays coming up....

.....imagine Burroughs reciting your last line at the end of one of his aural/video/mind muck-ups.....

"ENJOY!.........you boooring fucks."

Makeout said...

"Sugary retard drinks" Nice one!

Trixie said...

Free wifi though, even if you just stand outside.

Anonymous said...

Here's the future of the record store:

A website where you click on a category, flip through PHOTOS of what's for sale, and buy.

No actual store.

Anonymous said...

coffee is pretty good though, food not so much

Anonymous said...

Don't support places like this!

Anonymous said...

Zaiya next door is great, and they bake their own products on the premises. Try the Mochi donuts (with chocolate).

- East Villager