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Dunkin Donuts, Two Other Eateries Planning To Open In Brevard - Brevard, NC


September 21, 2017

Three new eateries are planned for Brevard in the coming months.

A Dunkin Donuts is planned for the former Clock of Brevard site off the Asheville Highway, with construction set to begin Oct. 2. The former Clock building will be torn down.

The John W. Abbot Construction Co., Inc., applied to the city for permission for the popular restaurant.

“We did require robust landscaping, and a new sidewalk that will continue down Asheville Highway to the stoplight at the corner and also wrap around Chestnut Street extending to the apartments,” said Paul Ray with the City of Brevard Planning Department. “The sidewalk extension will be a good pedestrian improvement for the community.”

Ray said there would be indoor and outdoor seating, as well as a drive through window at the Dunkin Donuts.

The global restaurant is famous for its coffee and donuts, and there are currently 63 locations throughout North Carolina.

In addition, the city has issued a zoning permit for the construction of a Cook Out fast food restaurant on a parcel of land to the left of the Bojangles on Asheville Highway.

Cook Out is a privately owned fast food restaurant chain founded in Greensboro, N.C., in 1989 and has since expanded to eight other states, including South Carolina and Alabama.

“The Cook Out restaurant will have 56 indoor seats, and they too are using high-end design and robust landscaping to ensure their development is a good fit for Brevard,” Ray said. “The Cook Out is working on compiling everything they need for permits from the Transylvania County Building Department, so they have further to go before construction can begin.”

Doughlicious Yummy’s, a cookie dough restaurant based in Mount Holly, N.C., plans to open a second branch in Brevard in the former First Union Bank building on West Main Street.

A non-food business, Brevard Clay, will also soon be opening in the former Southern Comfort Records site on West Main Street.

More details about these two businesses will appear in an upcoming edition.


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