gomer-ez

Mount Vernon, KY

#21 Jan 26, 2013
Their coffee sucks,Just me
brat

London, KY

#22 Jan 26, 2013
We open the 29th an the employees has to park somewhere else we can take up customers parking..We have the best coffee an donuts a human could ask for.

Level 2

Since: Jan 13

United States

#25 Jan 26, 2013
no yuser name wrote:
Just listen to yourselves I bet you're fat. Can't wait to stuff your face full of donuts. Just look at yourself disgusting typical somerset fatty butts.Always thinking about what your going to stuff your face with next people that is not real life. I bet the only thing you have to talk about is food ya fat butts.
i laughed violently when i read this .thank you it made my day lol
Jack

Jamestown, KY

#26 Jan 27, 2013
I don't much like doughnuts I am fat but its been over a year since i had any pastry lol I want Dunkin Doughnuts because of Coffee! Espressos that do not come from a place that makes me feel like they robbed an Old Ladies house(Baxters) or that tastes like dirty water(McDonalds)! we got rid of Starbucks which was amazing I am just glad we are getting some competition back in the area.. but knowing how backwards and ignorant people are they will find some reason to boycott this place too along with The Orange Leaf which is why Somerset stayed in Prohibition until 2012! we really need to eliminate the right wing idiots who are taking over our Country and have owned Lake Cumberland since forever! I have nothing but hate for them
Yum Yum

Somerset, KY

#30 Jan 29, 2013
Yes, they are open. Bought two bagels and a small box of Munchkins. Yum, yum. They were crowded, but very efficient. Drive through opens at 5 AM, inside at 6.
Ouch

Manchester, KY

#32 Jan 29, 2013
Dozen doughnuts is $9 ... i will just keep buying mine at wally world.

Level 8

Since: Sep 08

Location hidden

#33 Jan 29, 2013
Ouch wrote:
Dozen doughnuts is $9 ... i will just keep buying mine at wally world.
Yep -$4 and 15 seconds in the nuker saves me $5 -
Yum Yum

Somerset, KY

#35 Jan 29, 2013
Very large bagels were 99 cents each and a box of 25 munchkin donut holes was $5.49. I thought that was reasonable.
DirtGuy

Bimble, KY

#36 Jan 29, 2013
We stopped in this afternoon. Crowded but the line moved well. They couldn't keep up with demand. Lots of muffins and bagels, not enough donuts. All in all, I like Baxters coffee better and Amon's donuts. On the other hand, the place just opened, I'll let it settle down for a couple of weeks and try it again.
Dt x

Lubbock, TX

#37 Jan 29, 2013
What are their hours and phone #? Can't find the info anywhere.
Amons Rules

Bulan, KY

#41 Jan 29, 2013
Thank God we have Amons still in town....AMEN!!!!
Amen

Bulan, KY

#42 Jan 29, 2013
Amons Rules wrote:
Thank God we have Amons still in town....AMEN!!!!
I'll second amen that, was in there today, pretty sad, don't know if i will be back or not, more than likely not, all the parking hassles, can only go one way, arrows pointing everywhere....to many other places in town with the same or better quality donuts and lot easier to access in my opinion. Like the other poster said, not much of a variety of items, what does a person have to do, call every day to see if thats the lucky day to get some jelly filled pastrys? Not my cup of joe.....
Amen

Bulan, KY

#43 Jan 29, 2013
It was a bottle necked parking lot today, and the 2 other business have not even opened yet, can you imagine when that day comes.
Early Riser

Hopkinsville, KY

#44 Jan 30, 2013
Second time going. Traffic flow was much better today as I knew what I was doing. Reckon it will calm down in a couple weeks and be ok. Food, coffee, donuts are awesome. I need to do this in moderation.
GoogleBing

Somerset, KY

#45 Jan 30, 2013
Dt x wrote:
What are their hours and phone #? Can't find the info anywhere.
Found this info in less than 10 seconds. Anyone who can't do the same shouldn't be on the internet, let alone driving a car.

Level 2

Since: Jan 13

Location hidden

#46 Jan 30, 2013
Thank goodness, finally. Their standards are worldwide... Great coffee, Donuts and sandwiches. Not to mention always a friendly face. I have never experienced a stale anything from any state. Go get 'em dunkin
Yeah

Butler, KY

#47 Jan 30, 2013
It's been years since I've been in a DD. I remember their jelly filled donuts were really jelly filled. I don't think you have to learn some other kind of language to order a coffee like you do at Starbucks.
Donuts

Somerset, KY

#49 Jan 31, 2013
I love DD. Tried Amon's and Baxter's a couple of times each. They were OK but just barely so. I am glad to see DD open here.
gomer-ez

Sheridan, AR

#50 Jan 31, 2013
I can not believe people are getting all google over a fat pill shop.
Jelly Belly

Corbin, KY

#51 Jan 31, 2013
gomer-ez wrote:
I can not believe people are getting all google over a fat pill shop.
Dude not only am I all google over DD I'm yahoo and bing too!

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