Dunkin' Donuts restaurants in South Florida are offering a lineup of seasonal selections, including new Sugar Cookie and Snickerdoodle Cookie flavors, available in hot or iced coffees and lattes through the holiday season. In addition, Peppermint Mocha coffees and lattes also have returned, combining cool peppermint flavor with rich chocolate.

The chain has announced it opened six new restaurants and remodeled one location with existing franchise partners over the last several weeks in the Miami-Fort Lauderdale market. Currently, there are more than 150 Dunkin' Donuts restaurants located throughout this market.

Franchise partner Mike Koroghlian, of Broward Donuts LLC, opened three restaurants in the market at 949 East McNab Road in Pompano Beach, 110 SE 6 Street in Fort Lauderdale and 5425 Lyons Road in Coconut Creek. A successful franchisee for eight years, Koroghlian owns a total of 25 restaurants throughout South Florida.

An additional franchise location opened at 9720 North Kendall Drive in Miami. The restaurant is owned and operated by 11-year Dunkin' Donuts veteran Chris Mellgren, of Surfside Coffee Company, who owns 45 stores throughout Florida.

Franchisee Mark Cafua also opened a new restaurant at 2499 University Drive in Sunrise. Cafua, whose family has been a Dunkin' Donuts franchisee since the early 1980s, owns more than 215 restaurants in six states, including over 20 in South Florida.

Additionally, franchisees Charles Cutler and Mike Ferreira opened one location at 2600 University Drive in Miramar and franchisee Andy Awale remodeled the combination Dunkin' Donuts and Baskin-Robbins location at 825 West Hallandale Beach Blvd. in Hallandale Beach.

"Dunkin' Donuts is one of the world's leading brands and, with more than 150 restaurants in the Miami-Fort Lauderdale market, has been a popular destination for guests," said Melissa Goulette, Field Marketing Manager, Dunkin' Brands, Inc. "We are proud to serve the people of South Florida and are excited about the brand's continued growth throughout the region."