Dunkin’ reopens with fresh look, donates to Boys & Girls Club

Elected officials and members of the Sardinha family gathered for a ribbon-cutting Aug. 5 at the newly renovated Dunkin’ at 93 Main St., Westfield. (Submitted photo)

WESTFIELD – Dunkin’ held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Aug. 5 for its newly remodeled restaurant at 93 Main St., Westfield.

To celebrate the reopening, the Sardinha family, local Dunkin’ business owners, made a $10,000 donation on behalf of the Dunkin’ Joy in Childhood Foundation to the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Westfield. The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Westfield has aimed to inspire young people to reach their full potential since its opening in 1969. Today, the club serves 1,300 young people in the area and is a member of a national network of affiliated clubs.

With the remodel of the Main Street restaurant in Westfield, guests will get to experience Dunkin’s “Next Generation.” Along with an energetic, modern design, guests will experience in-store innovations such as a cold beverage tap system.

The newly renovated Dunkin’ at 93 Main St., Westfield, presented a $10,000 donation to the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Westfield on Aug. 5. (Submitted photo)

“We are excited to welcome back our loyal guests and share the new restaurant with them,” said Paul Sardinha, Dunkin’ franchise owner. “The new enhancements will provide greater comfort and improve the overall restaurant experience through a new contemporary restaurant design, while continuing to offer the same quality, convenience and value our guests have come to expect from Dunkin’.”

All Dunkin’ items are available any time of day, and guests are encouraged to customize their favorite food and beverages. The 2,000-square-foot Dunkin’ is open 5 a.m. to 9 p.m., daily. To learn more about Dunkin’, visit

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