Starting Tuesday, Ventnor will be running on Dunkin'.

The new location that's been under construction at Ventnor and South Portland Avenues in the city is set to open at 5 a.m. Tuesday, according to a news release from Alliance Marketing Partners for Dunkin’ Brands.

This Dunkin' location is a “next generation concept design," which will be one of the roughly 50 new and remodeled Dunkin’ restaurants testing new design variations this year, according to the release.

The 1,499-square-foot store will be open seven days a week from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m., will employ about 18 people and will offer free WiFi, the release said.

In September, Dunkin' Donuts announced it would rename itself “Dunkin'” to reflect its increasing emphasis on coffee and other drinks. The Ventnor location features the new signage and name Dunkin’.

Arun Mandi, of ARF Corp, is Dunkin’s franchisee for the restaurant and operates 33 Dunkin’ restaurants across New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware.

“We are thrilled to be a part of Dunkin’s next generation store initiative and can’t wait to bring this innovative new restaurant to the Ventnor City community,” Mandi said in a statement. “The new menu offerings and approachable atmosphere will grab the attention of Dunkin’ fans and help keep Ventnor City running on Dunkin’ for years to come.”

As part of the next generation design, Dunkin’ will serve eight cold beverages through a tap system, such as coffee, iced tea, cold brew coffee and nitro infused coffee.

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