Dunkin’ Donuts to open two Sheboygan shops

SHEBOYGAN — Dunkin’ Donuts is going to bring its doughnuts and coffee to the city of Sheboygan.

The City Plan Commission approved two Conditional Use Permits submitted by Bayside Management, LLC to construct two new multi-tenant facilities on the city’s north and south sides which will include Dunkin’ Donuts.

Bayside Management plans to construct a 6,000 square foot tactility at Calumet Avenue and North Avenue next to Advance Auto Parts. The new facility will sit on the former site of Burger King.

The company also plans to construct a 4,400 square foot building at South Business Drive and Wilson Avenue.

Dunkin’ Donuts opened nearly 300 new restaurants in the United States in 2012. It plans to open 330 to 360 new locations in 2013. Dunkin’ Brands, which also runs Baskin-Robbins, has more than 10,000 restaurants in 32 countries.

  • http://www.facebook.com/roger.mayday.9 Roger Mayday


  • Missy

    It’s about time!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Andrea C.

    I’ll still be getting my coffee from Paradigm or Weather Center, and my doughnuts from Johston’s Bakery. BUY LOCAL!!!

  • sad4u

    Oh Boy! 2 more minimum wage paying businesses. Way to fix the economy in Sheboygan! Will they take food stamps?

    • 1NonPermissive

      Who would want to come here with grumps like you around. You’re not happy unless you’re complaining.

  • pighater

    great police response time will go to an all time waiting length!!!! 2 more donought shops i know where they will be

    • 1NonPermissive

      And you’ll be hanging around there with your pants down to your ankles, fondling your cellphone, looking to get another drug connection.

  • Tall guy

    Johnson’s bakery, yummm,…. why do we need two dunkin’s and put’em on the south side,

  • http://www.facebook.com/diana.gilman Diana Gilman

    I would much rather keep going to johnsons bakery they have awesome baked goods and great service!!!

  • Sheboygan citizen

    lol people are hilarious….okay keep going to the local bakery… some people might rather go to dunken… the same type of people who go to exotic lands and tell them “your religion sucks, Christianity rules”