Dunkin’ has officially opened its new cafe at 81 N. Londonderry Square.

A Dunkin’ employee holds up a freshly poured coffee for a drive-through customer during LebTown’s visit.

Palmyra resident and cafe manager Kiran Patel said that the location’s official opening was on Monday, Oct. 10, with 99-cent coffees served in celebration of the big day.

“Palmyra Runs on Dunkin'” is one of the local touches inside Palmyra’s new Dunkin’ cafe.

Patel said that the cafe had a soft opening around Sept. 20. With a full team of all new people, Patel said that the soft opening time was helpful for training.

The franchise is one of four run by Patel’s brother-in-law, Raj Patel, who also operates two cafes in Reading and one in Kutztown. Kiran Patel said that it’s the same Dunkin’ as the one previously in Walmart, but the franchise had to find a new location when its lease didn’t renew. Walmart has yet to lease the space to another business.

The former Dunkin’ location in Walmart has yet to be leased again.

The Dunkin’ location features a double drive-through.

The Dunkin’ in Palmyra features two drive-through lanes.

Unlike the other relatively new local Dunkin’ in Campbelltown, which is drive-through only, this location does feature cafe seating.

Of course, Dunkin’ has donuts.
They also have a wide of cold drinks, including various cold brews, iced teas, and iced coffee.

The cafe’s hours are Monday to Saturday, 5 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Sunday, 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.


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