Like Tim Hortons I'm Heading to New York

Comments 8 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Tim Hortons, Canada’s favourite coffee and donut pit stop, is rolling into New York with many locations opening up today. This means that at this time tomorrow (even though I don’t take sugar in my coffee) I could be getting a double double from their new Broadway, Madison Square Garden, Penn Station or Times Square locations. Two locations are also planned for Brooklyn.


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I’m flying out to New York today and although it won’t be a long trip, I’m looking forward to seeing this amazing city once again. I was last there six years ago for a quick weekend stay while I was living in Boston — and I swear one of these days I’ll spend more than 48 hours in the city.

Tim Hortons chain has already been in the US for several year and has headquarters in Dublin, Ohio. I’m unsure how Americans will take to our TimHo coffee especially after seeing how many Vancouverites (according to a poll I ran on my site a while back) prefer specialty roasts from cafes.

During my time in Boston I became a fan of two things (coffee-wise): Dunkin Donuts, and Peet’s. Peet’s in Cambridge was a regular pit stop for me when I was taking the shuttle to work and I visited my first Peet’s in Berkeley about seven years ago. Double D or D Squared was like my ‘Tim Hortons away from home’. The location in the Harvard red line station was also a morning pit stop (in case I missed my shuttle). My mother is still a fan of their roasts so I usually pick up a pack from Target when making an afternoon shopping trip south of the border as well.

It’s kind of neat to think that I could be ordering the same thing tomorrow morning as I did today – although if anyone has some suggestions on where I can get breakfast tomorrow (preferably some place with the word “diner” in the title) that would be great.

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  1. RaulMonday, July 13th, 2009 — 8:54am PST

    Have a safe trip and enjoy the Big Apple! 🙂

  2. Mom604Monday, July 13th, 2009 — 9:32am PST

    Boston was awesome! I loved visiting you there. I loved Dunkin’ Donuts and Peets was great. I loved our walks through Harvard and the train ride to Salem. I would love to go back again one day. I also hope to visit New York. I miss you already!

  3. Keira-AnneMonday, July 13th, 2009 — 9:34am PST

    Hey… wanna go together in May?

  4. Miss604Monday, July 13th, 2009 — 9:36am PST

    Why yes, yes I do. It’s like we should plan for it or something.

  5. wynMonday, July 13th, 2009 — 9:58am PST

    I seek out Au Bon Pain in any American city that has them. Love the pastry section. Mind you, “diner” does not appear in the name.

  6. Miss604Monday, July 13th, 2009 — 9:59am PST

    @Wyn – Good one! Au Bon Pain is great, there was also one in Cambridge.

  7. Mom604Monday, July 13th, 2009 — 12:48pm PST

    Becky, honey, I think Keira was talking to me…but you can come along too, of you like 🙂

  8. AidanTuesday, July 14th, 2009 — 6:43pm PST

    There are Timmy’s now in NYC!? that was the only thing I had missing from my trip last year when I was in NYC, I missed my TIM breakfast sandwiches..

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