There are currently only four Dunkin' (you know, we used to call them Dunkin' Donuts) in Jamaica Plain. And there's a possibility that a fourth one is coming to the neighborhood in the near future. Jes Donuts, Inc., a Dunkin' franchisee, is scheduled to appear at the Boston Licensing Board to open a new restaurant at 37 S. Huntington Ave. The desired hours of operation are from 5 am to 9 pm, according to a public notice on Boston.gov.
If approved, it would be the fourth Dunkin' in Jamaica Plain, and join the franchise stores at 315 Centre St., 684 Centre St., 757 Centre St., and 7 Walk Hill St. This was first reported by Universalhub.com.
If you asked anyone working today, I bet they can remember their first summer job. It might have been flipping burgers, lifeguarding at the community pool, or helping kids as a camp counselor. Growing up, everyone in my neighborhood had a summer job -- it meant independence, and extra money in your pocket. I remember my first job -- I was a doughnut finisher at the Dunkin' Donuts in Andrew Square. The work wasn’t glamorous.
What do you think US Senator Elizabeth Warren ordered when she visited Grass Fed this past weekend in Jamaica Plain? The answer: A grilled cheese and tomato sandwich with a root beer float, according to Boston Magazine, who spoke with store supervisor Ida Khojandpour. Warren is definitely familiar with the JP cuisine scene, having poured beers at Doyle's Cafe in 2012. More recently, Warren supported one of Massachusetts' most famous food favorites: Dunkin' Donuts. In June, she brought a bunch of donuts to the US House Democrats at the US Capitol during a sit-in protesting bills blocked by House leadership to expand background checks to prevent suspected terrorists from buying guns.