Yet another Dunkin location has opened in Berks County, this time in Flying Hills.
The popular doughnut shop and coffeehouse chain opened its latest store on Tuesday next to the Park Road Plaza along Route 10 in Cumru Township, just off the exit and entrance ramps for southbound Interstate 176.
The 2,200-square-foot restaurant boasts a modern, energy-efficient design, as well as Dunkin's innovative tap system for nitro-infused cold brew coffee.
Dunkin' also plans to install digital ordering kiosks inside the store "in the near future," according to a release.
The Flying Hills location is owned by Mark Zlocki, who has at least a dozen Dunkin franchises in Pennsylvania.
Hiring is still underway, but the store is expected to employ 25 people once finished.
The store address is 101 Love Road, Reading for those seeking out the Flying Hills store on their phones, GPS or in the Dunkin app.
This is Dunkin's 22nd location in Berks, and second in Cumru. Another Dunkin location along Route 61 in Muhlenberg Township is preparing to open.