Canadian fast-food giant Tim Hortons applies to open overnight from 11pm to 5am at new Washington branch

Canadian coffee giant Tim Hortons is seeking permission to open through the night at a planned store in Washington.

Friday, 19th February 2021, 12:41 pm
Updated Friday, 19th February 2021, 12:42 pm

The process set opening hours for the new venture at 7am – 11pm, Monday – Sunday.

But a separate application lodged with the city’s licensing department is now seeking a late night refreshment licence, which would allow it to continue trading for an extra six hours every day, from 11pm – 5am.

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Tim Hortons is opening a new branch in Washington, and has now applied to open 22 hours a day.

The proposed outlet is expected to include ‘picnic-style’ outdoor seating, accessible parking, bicycle racks and a drive-thru lane.

The Toronto-based firm is bets known for its coffee, as well as doughnuts, pancakes, sandwiches and burgers.

A consultation on the latest application is now running.

Contact [email protected] by Tuesday, March 2, to find out more and submit any comments on the proposals.

Tim Hortons is opening in the Frankie and Benny's building at the Washington Galleries site.

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