Dunkin has opened an online-only store in New Jersey.
Is America running on… digital?
On Tuesday, Dunkin’, one of the nation’s most famous and most sought-after coffee shops, opened a digital-only restaurant in Cherry Hill.
It is the first South Jersey based at 1490 Haddonfield-Berlin Rd.
Three kiosks are used in the digital-only business, which includes traditional counter ordering. Customers order using the in-store kiosks or on Dunkin’s mobile app instead of placing an order with a cashier.
Payment is made with a credit card or gift card, and orders are rescheduled in a designated contactless pick-up area.
kiosks that perform traditional ordering at counters are included in the digital-only mode. (Photo courtesy of Dunkin’
The 2,070-square-foot Dunkin’ store at Cherry Hill has two drive-thru lanes and indoor seating. It is open seven days a week from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Dunkin’s new digital-only stores still have a large assortment of coffee and breakfast items, including donuts, bagsels, and sandwiches.
There are currently in New Jersey and across the country.
Correction: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that this was the first digital-only Dunkin’ in New Jersey. It is the first in South Jersey.
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Dunkin has opened an online-only store in New Jersey