Brace Yourself: Ok? Looks Like Dunkin Donuts Closes at 1511 17th St, NW

Thanks to a reader for doing some research on this one and snapping some photos last night. He writes,

“This would be a huge loss for the neighborhood, and the place was always packed. The sign, hours and credit card logo are off the door and it looks pretty bad inside. This is not good at all.”

Calls to the store go unanswered and the location is no longer listed on the Dunkin Donuts Web site. Unbelievable. I know not everyone is a fan but God Dang it – I am. Not the best coffee in the world. But the best cups. And damn those blueberry donuts are good as well. Thankfully the one at 2750 14th St NW in Columbia Heights remains open.

My thoughts go out to Dupont residents this morning. Strength and courage my friends. In the meantime Filter Coffee at 1726 20th St, NW should be able to hook you up.

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