Dunkin' Donuts will soon add another Southern California location in San Diego to its roster, as the donut shop continues its expansion into the region.
The business plans to open a shiny new donut restaurant in Downtown San Diego at 225 West Broadway, the former location of NBC 7 San Diego, a spokeswoman for the company confirmed to NBC 7 San Diego. No further details have been released about the Downtown location.
Two years ago, Dunkin Donuts announced it planned to open its first traditional restaurants in California over the coming years. This plan included 14 restaurants San Diego County, with the first opening in 2016.
On Tuesday, the business opened a new, highly anticipated location in National City, complete with a 24-hour drive-thru service. The new storefront is located at 2139 East Plaza Blvd., just off Interstate 805.
Several other San Diego County Dunkin' Donuts are slated to open soon, including a shop in El Cajon and another at Naval Air Station North Island.
Currently, San Diego County is home to these other Dunkin’ Donuts locations: an outpost at the Embassy Suites Hotel in downtown San Diego (601 Pacific Highway); the National City shop, a shop at Naval Medical Center San Diego’s Building 1 (34800 Bob Wilson Dr.); a shop at MCAS Miramar’s Building 5305; the Camp Pendleton location; and the Ramona Dunkin’ Donuts/Baskin-Robbins location (1410 Main St.).
Dunkin' Donuts was founded in 1950 by Bill Rosenberg in Quincy, Massachusetts. Today, the company has a cult following as the world's leading baked goods and coffee chain, serving more than 3 million customers daily and selling 52 varieties of doughnuts.