DUnkin Donuts owns New England like Starbucks owns the west. This was a nice place to stop staff and locals are very friendly.
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We love going to Dunkin Donuts for cold drinks and coffee. Just remember what is a double double to us is more to them. Friendly service. Not use to tips.
We stopped here two times while in Calais. First time just for coffee and donuts to go and the second time for breakfast. We were pleased with the food and service both times.
We found the perkiest young lady in Maine at the dunkin donuts in Calais. The food was typical of the 100 or more DD we passed on the road. We could tell the this was the locals coffee hangout. Several old fellows were shooting the...More
Whenever you go into the northeast, you will be bombarded by Dunkin Donuts. I'm strong, but after seeing dozens of these shops, I had to stop and eat a donut! It was awesome! Beautiful little town near the border of Maine and New Brunswick, Canada.
This Dunkin Donuts just doesn't seem up to par with the other Dunkins I have been in. Their bakery assortment is not what I expect of DD's. It's just average, perhaps now that Tim Hortons is in town they will pick up their slack. The...More
Typical DD in every way EXCEPT... our poor dog gets so disappointed at every visit! Why can't they share a munchkin with pets going through the drive-through? Cheap-cheap-cheap. Other DDs do this and even talk to our friendly guy. This goes a long way to...More
This is always our first stop after crossing the border into Calais. Every trip we stop here to get pink donuts and coffee. They are so fresh and the icing so gooey and soft just cant resist. The staff are always so friendly and nice...More
Typical donut shop - Stopped in on our way back to Canada, the service here was good, but in my opinion, the regular coffee is terrible, the new dark roast is about the best they offer. Also enjoyed a Pumpkin donut with my coffee.