America runs on Dunkin, but if you’re relying on Dunkin Donuts for a cup of coffee and a quick breakfast you may want to check this out before Thursday.
If you’re like the majority of Americans, you’ll be spending Thanksgiving day with your family. Meaning, you’ll need to make sure your go-to coffee place is available in the morning to push that long day of binge eating and awkward small-talk.
Imagine going through that entire day without your coffee. Waking up early to help prepare food while the parade is on, watching the Lions and Cowboys be mediocre on national television, pretending you love that green bean casserole your mom always tries to sneak onto your plate.
Just a little bit of liquid courage in the form of caffeine is all you need sometimes to get that extra boost to remember you only get to see your family a few times a year. It’s a fine line between fine house guest and jerky relative – that coffee is crucial to most people’s day.
Nobody wants to start a potentially stressful day without a cup of coffee, but fear not Dunkin fans, Dunkin Donuts should be open on Thanksgiving. You’ll want to check with your local Dunkin Donuts to make sure, but there are a few easy ways to do that.
For starters, you can get the Dunkin Donuts app, which will tell you via your zip code which Dunkin’s will be open and their hours. Plus, the Dunkin Donuts rewards program is something you should be aware of if you’re an avid coffee-drinker. But if you’re not wanting to trust an app, you can always just call them directly to verify that way.
The Dunkin Donuts holiday menu is always available, featuring drinks like a Gingerbread Latte or Christmas-themed donut decorations. It isn’t really the holidays until restaurants signal it with Christmas tree donuts and festive coffee cups. Tis the season.
If you do end up visiting a Dunkin Donuts on Turkey Day, make sure you’re acknowledging the workers who are stuck there instead of spending the day with their families – even if they are stressful to be around.