Windsor, apparently, does not run on Dunkin'.

Tomorrow, Saturday, January 25, will mark Dunkin' Donuts' last day in Windsor, Colorado, as the chain has decided to close its Main Street location.

According to The Coloradoan, of all the Dunkin' Donuts locations in the area, the one on Main Street had the highest lease rate, so the owners (Doug Patterson and Cameron Stapleton) decided not to renew. The business has been at that location for five years and the owners have decided to offer jobs to the displaced employees at their other locations.

Windsor features a multitude of other coffee shops, including Starbucks and Dutch Bros., so while we'll miss Dunkin', there will be no shortage of java in our town anytime soon.