Updated at 4:45 p.m. from original 2:32 p.m. version.

A recently-opened Dunkin' Brands Group's (DNKN) Dunkin' Donuts was shut down temporarily by the New York City Department of Health & Mental Hygiene for "operating without a permit."

On Friday, Dunkin' Brands spokesman Justin Drake confirmed the closing of the franchised restaurant located in the New York City Port Authority Bus Terminal.

"The Dunkin' Donuts restaurant at the Port Authority was closed temporarily this morning as a result of an administrative issue with the New York City Department of Health," he said. "The franchisee expects the issue to be resolved shortly and the restaurant to reopen very soon. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused to our loyal guests."

The Dunkin' Donuts location had only opened a few weeks prior.

A Port Authority spokesman said late Friday afternoon that the Dunkin' Donuts was back open.

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