Omaha's second Dunkin' Donuts is now open -
Published Wednesday, December 11, 2013 at 9:10 am / Updated at 2:09 pm
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Omaha's second Dunkin' Donuts is now open

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Omaha's second Dunkin' Donuts – the fourth in the state – opened Wednesday.

The store at 10730 Q St. will be open every day from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. It is at the former site of Sean O'Casey's pub, which moved to 2523 South 140th Ave. and reopened in August.

Owner Bryce Bares of QSR Services said a grand opening is planned from 8 to 11 a.m. on Dec. 20. The event will include holiday gift giveaways.

A Dunkin' Donuts owned by QSR opened May 15 at 72nd Street and Cornhusker Road in Papillion. Bares has said he plans to open nine stores in his territory, which includes Lincoln and Kearney, by 2017.

Omaha's first Dunkin' store at 144th and Pacific Streets opened Aug. 29. It is owned by Savoureux Corp., which has plans for 11 more stores in Omaha, Fremont, Columbus and Norfolk in Nebraska, and Council Bluffs and Sioux City in Iowa.

Nebraska's other Dunkin' Donuts is in North Platte.

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