Tim Hortons is rolling up its doughnuts and “double-doubles” and taking them to Manhat­tan. Canada’s leading coffee and doughnut chain opened 12 new stores in New York City yesterday, some at world-famous tourist destinations such as Broadway, Times Square, Penn Station and Madison Square Garden.

The stores are mostly located in former Dunkin’ Donuts outlets, which were shut down last week and underwent whirlwind renovations over the weekend under U.S. operator the Riese Organization.

Riese owned the Dun­kin’ Donuts opera­tions before having a falling out with the company and hooking up with Tim Hortons.