New Dunkin’ Donuts now open

12/29/2008:

Forgot to mention this – but on Saturday, December 20th – the uptown Dunkin’ Donuts shop opened (12th and Adams) – much to the delight of area residents. This is location is under the same ownership as the 7th and Washington shop.

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More after the jump…

11/10/2008:

Stop the presses!

5th Dunkin’ Donuts set to open in Hoboken

Residents living in NW Hoboken have a reason to be excited! A small Dunkin’ Donuts is set to open soon at the corner of 12th and Adams Streets.

So what coffee shop will now open at the Uptown Commerce Center (f.k.a. Strip Mall) on 14th and Adams?

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Description: Coffee, Donuts, sandwiches, espresso, frozen drinks, bagels, etc.
Address: 1201 Adams Street, Hoboken, NJ 07030
Phone: TBD
Website: www.dunkindonuts.com

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91 Comments on "New Dunkin’ Donuts now open"

Lady
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[quote comment=”124702″]how is it more convenient to stand in line at starbigbucks for 10+mins and pay $5 bucks for burnt sh1t coffee with foam?
just let me hear you say it once; “baaaaaaaaa…”[/quote]
Good one 😉 !

Lady
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[quote comment=”124699″][quote comment=”124690″]

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DD = coffee and doughnuts. Starbucks = fruity lattes + Lady

I hope we get 2 more of these stores in town soon.[/quote]

Ha – that’s pretty good, but no I don’t do lattes or Starbucks! But I also don’t need a coffee house at the base of my steps for me to consider it convenient. Walking 2-3 minutes is pretty good! These places are everywhere and I am not the only resident disappointed at another DnD, another Starbucks or hell another NAIL SALON!!!

OldNewComer
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OldNewComer

[quote comment=”124475″][quote comment=”124467″]every town needs 4 dunkin donuts. especially one as vast as ours.

it just shows how lazy our society has become.[/quote]

Only on H411 could a D&D opening be turned into a soapbox for some kind of statement about society.
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No I think it’s actually very typical of a certain modern mindset to turn everything into social commentary. And that’s more likely what has changed, what ‘our society has become’ than eateries or other establishments having gotten more numeorus. How many bars were there in Hoboken ca. WWI? (some incredible number IIRC, several times what it is now)

beamrider9
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beamrider9

[quote comment=”124736″]why would you choose to quote my post? it certainly doesn’t ave anything to do with your comment. actually, aside from being in the same thread, and posted in English, there is absolutely no relationship between the two posts at all.
i guess you just are obsessed with whatever i post? you see my name and you need to get my attention? you’re like the fat retard in the back of the class with hand raised yelling “ooh, ohh, call on me!!” so how about this buttholerider, find another hobby.[/quote]

I’m sorry you can’t keep up, but your lack of reading comprehension doesn’t mean the rest of us have to water things down to your level. But since you need someone to connect the dots for you (preferaby, I’d imagine, in crayon), here goes:

1. strand tramp: “Anyone who gets coffee at Starbucks or D&D is sheep!!! Real men brew their own!!!!”
2. me: “Holding up the coffee you drink as a sign of your individuality is pretty inane.”
3. strand tramp: *farrrrrrrrrrt*

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