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Dunn Brothers Coffee

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401 Church St, Nashville, TN 37219

(615) 252-2567

Today: 6:00 am - 6:00 pm
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General Info
Dunn Brothers Coffee is a locally owned coffee company and franchise, based out of Minnesota, that focuses on fresh-roasted coffee from around the world. Their unique on-site roasting allows them to provide the freshest coffee possible. Dunn Brothers not only offers the highest quality coffee, but also fresh-baked pastries, sandwiches made with hand-sliced meats and cheeses, and delicious egg sandwiches made with hand-cracked eggs. Dunn Brothers sources only top-grade varietals, and they visit and verify that farmers are adhering to sustainable and environmental practices. Come in to your local Dunn Brothers Coffee in Nashville today and try for yourself!

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Life & Casualty Tower
Downtown Nashville
Coffee & Tea, Coffee & Espresso Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Street

Wi-Fi: Free

Bike Parking: Yes

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Cuisines: Sandwiches, Diner, Cafe, Omelets

Outdoor Seating: No

Price Range : Below Average

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Condescending EXTREAMLY RUDE Treatment

Condescending Inconsiderate Treatment is what I got from the owner of Dunn Bros Coffee in downtown Nashville. When my girlfriend and I had gone there for coffee, I taken with me a sausage yeast roll (which he doesn't sell). Keep in mind that I had previously been a regular customer and has spent hundreds of dollars there over the years. While my girlfriend and I were sitting there and having our coffee, an employee condescendingly told me not to bring food from outside into this place of business. When I asked for my money back for the coffee I just bought, the owner publicly berated me saying I had intentionally disrespected his place of business. Apparently, had made the mistake of being born with poor eyesight and violated his rules of conduct by not seeing his small, poorly placed, dog-eared sign saying no outside food allowed. Even if I was wrong in bringing food with me, I didn't see his sign, I did buy his over priced coffee, and was a regular customer. The owner was arrogant, self righteous, pompous, and smug towards my girlfriend and I that day. But since he acted the way he did, I expect he never see that that can be wrong and its his way or the highway. Well, the highway will lead me to Starbucks in the future with no problem. They have no delusions of grandeur and allow me to eat my sausage yeast rolls there.

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