In recent years, several of the locally based coffeehouse chain’s outlets have put on a different face as daylight grows dimmer, adding “wine/beer bar” to their raison d’être. That gives many urbanites (in Minneapolis, at least) and suburbanites (love the stately Smith Douglas More House digs in Eden Prairie) a chance to choose between a pick-me-up or a mellow-me-down in liquid form.
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Cub Foods and Dunn Bros. are partnering up to open what will be the first in-store coffee house inside a Cub in several years.
Coffee shops are an epicenter of the mobile point-of-purchase revolution with tech-hip customers using smartphone apps instead of cash or credit cards to pay for their chai or coffee.
Minneapolis-based Dunn Bros Coffee expanded into the restaurant business recently with a new fast-casual dining concept called Maker’s Cafe.
Dunn Bros Coffee, the leader in specialty coffee with more than 80 locally-owned shops, today announced the franchise-wide rollout of its mobile payments and loyalty app.
Coffee is a recurring purchase by people who want to move quickly, so the convenience of shaving a few seconds off transaction times is appealing.
Dunn Bros. is expanding to downtown east with its fourth Minneapolis skyway coffee shop, this one in the 333 South Seventh Street building, formerly known as Accenture Tower.