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Every time I go to Canada, I try to stop at Tim Horton’s. They’re an iconic Canadian donut-and-coffee chain, with a subtle je ne sais quoi (and a lot of maple-themed products.)
I was thrilled today to find out they’re coming to New York City on Monday, replacing a dozen Dunkin Donuts franchises run by Riese Restaurants throughout Manhattan and Brooklyn. Now, don’t get me wrong: I still love Dunkin, especially now that they have an iPhone app. But I’m looking forward to putting Tim’s coffee up against my usual Dunkin cup in a morning taste test.
According to various interviews, CEO Dennis Riese picked Timmy’s to replace Dunkin in part because they bake all of their donuts in each individual shop.
Why am I posting about donuts on a gadget blog? Come on. Geeks love donuts. It’s Friday. It’s a beautiful day. You want to hear about donuts.
The interesting thing about the Tim Hortons deployment is that they’re going for total saturation of the Penn Station area. They’re doing six locations around the city, and six right around Penn Station. So if you’re looking for Timbits, Penn Station is the place to be, starting at 6 AM Monday morning.
Riese’s 12 Tim’s locations will be followed up in August by three more Tim’s embedded in Cold Stone Creamery ice cream shops around Manhattan, which I’m less enthusiastic about.
Here are the 12 new Tim Horton’s locations (after the jump):
22 Court Street, Brooklyn451 Fulton Street, Brooklyn1276 Lexington Avenue at 86th Street2547 Broadway at 94th Street761 5th Avenue at 50th Street47 E 42nd Street at Madison Ave
… and six near Penn Station:
152 West 34th Street401 7th Avenue at 32nd Street1286 Broadway at 33rd Street3 locations in Penn Station itself
Also, from 6 AM-9AM on Monday, July 13, everyone will get free coffee at the Tim’s at the north end of the Penn Station LIRR concourse.
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