Squirrel Hill: Not your Grandfather’s Dunkin’ Donuts

Squirrel Hill is a section of Pittsburgh known for its ethnic restaurants, old fashioned grocery stores and trendy boutiques. It is also home to a very different kind of Dunkin’ Donuts shop. Opened less than a year ago, the store is big—over 2,000 square feet—and features a sitting area with bookshelves, a fireplace and flat screen TVs. DDIFO Members read more…

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Squirrel Hill Dunkin’ Donuts is Kosher

Jason Cato writes in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review that chocolate-frosted doughnuts and pumpkin muffins have joined bagels and lox as kosher breakfast fare in Squirrel Hill. A Dunkin’ Donuts opened at Forbes and Shady avenues in Squirrel Hill two weeks ago and altered its menu to adhere to Jewish dietary laws. It’s the first national chain to go kosher in Pittsburgh and could set the stage for others in the neighborhood, said Rabbi Daniel Wasserman of Shaare Torah Congregation.

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