From bike-thrus to biker-friendly tables, there are safer ways to enjoy your favorite treats
As we are about to enter another round of enhanced community quarantine (ECQ), previous restrictions on outside activities are expected to take place again. In the food industry, that means alfresco spaces and dine-ins are prohibited but people can still avail of deliveries and pickups. And with these constant changes, stores and restaurants adapting to today’s pandemic life of the consumers us essential.
Among the brands that are continuously evolving their space is Dunkin’ Donuts Philippines. With the growing number of Filipinos riding bicycles after the transportation crisis in the initial months of the pandemic, the brand has taken necessary steps to make dining in and purchasing more safer for Pinoys on wheels. After successfully opening a drive-thru service and Biker’s Day celebration, the iconic donut shop pushes its biker-friendly initiative even further.
The brand has updated its store in Timog, Quezon City for the safety of Filipino bikers and also for in-store diners. Check out some its store developments below:
Images from Dunkin’ Philippines