Many Stores at Arsenal Yards Closing During Coronavirus, See How to Get Your Coffee

The recently opened Majestic 7 is one of several places at Arsenal Yards that will close temporarily due to the Coronavirus. Most of the retail stores at Watertown’s Arsenal Yards have closed due to the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the area. The new cinema and two of the new restaurants were also impacted. On Friday, Marshalls announced it will be closing its Watertown store temporarily, Arsenal Yards announced on its Facebook page:

Starting today, Marshalls at Arsenal Yards will be closed for the next two weeks. TJX has made the decision to close all their stores globally to help prevent the further spread of the virus.

Grand Opening for New Dunkin’ Donuts on Arsenal Street Coming Soon

Watertown’s newest Dunkin’ Donuts location will celebrate with a grand opening on Saturday, April 1 with a local radio station, games and prizes. 

The new Dunkin’s will be at 640 Arsenal St., in the former location of Aegean Restaurant. The Grand Opening will be from 8-11 a.m. and will feature the 104.1 Street Team. Customers will also be able to enjoy free samples, participate in games, and have a chance to win prizes – including the grand prize of a 40-inch Samsung Smart TV. Dunkin’ Character “Cuppy” will also be there to pose for photos with patrons. The new restaurant will have flat screen TVs, a designated ‘on-the-go’ parking spot for customers ordering with the On-the-Go mobile app and a large seating area with places to plug in and work.

See Why Dunkin Donuts was Closed Off

A man stopped to get some coffee at Dunkin Donuts on Mt. Auburn Street, but he the stop ended up being longer than he anticipated. Richard Corbett told WHDH Channel 7 that a woman rear ended his car, sending it into the Dunkin Donuts store on Thursday morning. The car and store suffered damages, but no body was injured. See more details and video from WHDH by clicking here.