Dunkin' on Thanksgiving

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Curious if your nearest Dunkin’ is open on Thanksgiving? You’re not alone. Just because you’ve spent days perfecting your sweet potato recipes, stocked up on the best wine for your Thanksgiving feast, and have a table full of Thanksgiving dessert doesn’t mean you can’t make a quick visit to Dunkin’ before guests start to arrive. With Turkey Day fast approaching, it’s important to know the holiday hours of your favorite coffee shop. Read on for more details about Dunkin’s Thanksgiving hours.

What are Dunkin’s Thanksgiving Hours?

Most Dunkin’ stores will be open on Thanksgiving Day, November 23, 2023. That said, don’t run out and order from the Dunkin’ secret menu just yet. Hours may vary depending on location: Some Dunkin' outposts will open as early as 4 a.m., while others may operate under reduced hours due to limited staff or resources. The best way to determine whether your local Dunkin’ is open is to check the Dunkin’ mobile app.

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How To Check Dunkin’s Thanksgiving Hours

To check Dunkin’s Thanksgiving hours, use the Dunkin’ mobile app or visit the company’s store locator. The app is available for both iOS and Android devices and can be downloaded from the App Store or Google Play. Once you’ve downloaded the app, enter your location and choose “hours” to see whether your local Dunkin’ will be open or closed on Thanksgiving.

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The Bottom Line

If you’re craving a frosted doughnut and a coffee, you’ll most likely be able to stop by your local Dunkin’ on Thanksgiving. However, hours vary depending on location, so call or check the Dunkin’ app or website before you leave your turkey unattended. And if you do decide to stop by the coffee chain, be sure to exercise patience with the Dunkin’ staff — America may run on Dunkin', but the chain's employees want to get home to celebrate their own Thanksgiving feast, too.

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