The coffee giant has partnered with Green Mountain coffee chain, Dunkin Donuts Coffee, to develop new coffee tables for the company’s coffee shops in downtown New York City.
The coffee chain will use these tables as coffee tables at Dunkin’s restaurants and at some of its locations in Manhattan, Chicago, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, according to a press release.
Dunkin Donut has been using coffee tables in its cafes for more than 40 years.
The Dunkin brand is a family-owned chain of specialty coffee shops, coffee houses, and restaurants in New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Los Angles, and Chicago.
The company has about 2,400 locations across the U.S. The company’s brands include Dunkin’ Donuts, Dunk, and Dunkin’.
Dunkins CEO Joe Mullin said in a statement that Dunkin Coffee will bring a unique coffee experience to Dunkin.
Dunkin will also bring its own unique coffee and beverage lineup.
The new coffee table will be built out of reclaimed wood from a reclaimed warehouse, with two coffee tables each with three coffee cups, Dunkins CEO Mullin added.
The coffees will also be handcrafted at Dunkins new production facility in New Hampshire.
Mullin added that the coffee tables will be a part of the companys “new brand experience.”
“DunkIN’ Donut is committed to being a destination for the people who love coffee, and this new brand experience will deliver on this commitment,” he said.
“DunkIns brand continues to grow and become more relevant and meaningful to our customers every day.
We look forward to bringing the new coffee experience, DunkIns coffee, to Dunkins customers this fall.”
Dunklin’s Coffee will open Dunkindonuts in New Jersey in the fall.