Lakewood Chamber celebrates grand reopening of Todd Plaza Dunkin’

The Lakewood Chamber of Commerce recently celebrated the grand reopening of the Todd Plaza Dunkin’ in Lakewood with a ribbon-cutting and refreshments.

Located at 1091 River Ave., the property’s recent renovations include the addition of more seating options in the dining room; all-new equipment that includes a new tap system used to serve iced coffee, iced tea, cold brew; and a new product called Nitro (nitrogen infused cold brew).

The exterior of the building is now brighter and includes a digital menu board to display new products and the Dunkin’ menu.

Ramprasad Hegde, the owner of Dunkin’, said, “We have renovated the entire building, front to back, to bring it up to speed with our rapidly changing surrounding area.”

“We are proud to have Dunkin’ in Lakewood and appreciate Ramprasad’s dedication on behalf the Lakewood Chamber of Commerce,” Menashe Miller, executive director of the Lakewood Chamber, said.

Hegde, a resident of Edison in Middlesex County, has been a Lakewood Chamber board member for six years. He has been working in Lakewood for more than 20 years, and his family has been in the business for 30 years.

The Todd Plaza Dunkin’, a kosher location since 2011, is open 5 a.m. to 8 p.m., seven days a week.