Anyone who’s been to the east coast has most likely tried [typography font=”Cantarell” size=”14″ size_format=”px” color=”#ff6666″]Dunkin’ Donuts[/typography] once in their lifetime. It’s legit a “thing” that when anyone goes to NYC, the first thing they do is grab something from the famous chain. Why? I have no clue. The coffee is just alright (last time I went they didn’t even serve non-dairy milk) and the sweets are fine. But anything deep fried with sugar tastes good so that’s not really any accomplishment.
When Dunkin’ announced it would finally move over to the west coast — more specifically Santa Monica — the city rejoiced and people counted down the days until they were able to get their favorite east coast treat locally. People lined up for hours just for a taste on opening day (today). I mean, it’s been mad. All over coffee that’s not even that good.
I don’t get it…can someone please explain the hype to me? Am I missing something here? I like Dunkin’ Donuts and all, but I definitely wouldn’t go out of my way to go get it. There’s so much better coffee in LA. Cue in all the trendy hipster hotspots here.
xo [typography font=”Cantarell” size=”14″ size_format=”px” color=”#ff6666″]NM[/typography]