Subtle Differences Between Huntsville and Boston

A Google map of Huntsville:

Google Map of Dunkin' Donuts around Huntsville

A Google map of Boston:

Google Map of Dunkin' Donuts around Boston

For those keeping score, that’s Huntsville: 0, Boston: 3000+. Oh, and Google Maps gives the one on Tremont Street four stars.

11 thoughts on “Subtle Differences Between Huntsville and Boston

  1. Several Krispy Kremes opened here a few years ago to great fanfare, and then promptly closed.

    (I don’t like Dunkin Donuts either.)

  2. Several observations come to mind:
    * I like both KK and DD!
    * There was but one DD store in Raleigh.
    * There is neither one in the Twin Cities! This is a bad thing.

  3. “How about you run some time off the clock, Stephen?

    Okay, I just wanted to see what it was like to be a Clemson fan for a minute there.”


    Just remember that man cannot live on donut alone … you have to get a muffin or two involved.

  4. “Mmmm…donuts…”

    Note, however, that Metro Huntsville has a population of about 360K, while Metro Boston is 5.8M. It’s not too surprising that Boston has a few more amenities 🙂

    But still — 3000 hits? Atlanta only gets around 500 hits each for Dunkin’ Donuts and Krispy Kreme.

    At least we beat you on the grits count.

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