Fall River is about to see lots of pink because popular New England coffee chain Marylou's is set to open a new location.

Marylou's Coffee just announced it will open this fall at 130 Williams S. Canning Blvd. It will be inside Seasons Corner Market and, yes, it will have a drive-through window.

“We have long wanted to become a part of the Fall River community and are excited that we have finally found the right location,” said Marylou Sandry, who founded Marylou's Coffee back in 1986.

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Marylou's will replace Honey Dew Donuts at this high-traffic spot.

Marylou's does not have a solid opening date because "construction schedules, permitting, inspections, etc. simply make it impossible to anticipate," spokesman Bill McDonough said. "But we certainly hope to be open this fall, the earliest we can."

The new locations will have the full lineup of hot and cold drinks, including Marylou's famous frozen coffee drinks and popular Red Bull infusion drinks. The business will also have an array of breakfast and lunch food options.

This will be the latest in a SouthCoast expansion for the brand. Marylou's opened a Dartmouth location on Faunce Corner Road earlier this year. Prior to that, the closest you could get a cup of Marylou's was in Rochester and Lakeville.

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