Dunkin’, America’s all-day, everyday stop for coffee and baked goods, announced the opening of three restaurants on Fairfield University campus in September. The restaurants mark the first to open on the University grounds and will be replacing a Starbucks and Einstein Bros Bagels.
Three different models will be available to students, including a full-service dining experience located at the John A. Barone Campus Center, which includes some of the brands Next Generation features such as Nitro Coffee. More “express” models will be available at the DiMenna-Nyselius Librabry and Charles F. Dolan School of Business.
“Fairfield University is excited to welcome Dunkin’ to our beautiful campus. Two great brands….exceptional coffee and an exceptional Jesuit education go hand in hand…Stags do run on Dunkin,” said Jim Fitzpatrick, Assistant Vice President, Fairfield University.
Grand opening celebrations took place throughout the day at all three locations, including ribbon cuttings at each restaurant, complimentary giveaways and tastings, in addition to a chance for participants to win free coffee for a year for those who visited each location.