Shop with 100 layer doughnut sets opening date and other metro Atlanta dining news from the week

The 100 layer doughnut from Five Daughters Bakery / Photo courtesy of Five Daughters

Franklin, Tenn.-based Five Daughters Doughnuts — maker of the Instagrammable 100 layer doughnut — has released more details about its Atlanta debut.

The shop is set to open June 1 (which is also National Doughnut Day) on the first floor of Ponce City Market’s Central Food Hall, near Honeysuckle Gelato and Batter Cookie Dough Counter. In addition to the 100 layer doughnuts — a cross between a croissant and a doughnut — made with flavors including maple cinnamon, chocolate sea salt and vanilla cream, Five Daughters will also offer gluten, dairy and refined sugar-free paleo doughnuts, as well as coffee from Honest Coffee Roasters in Tennessee,

 

Started in 2015 by Stephanie and Isaac Meek, who named the  shop for their five girls, Five Daughters also has locations in Nashville and Florida.

 

 

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