Salty Donut to open fourth location in Orlando's Audubon Park this fall

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PHOTO COURTESY THE SALTY DONUT
  • Photo courtesy the Salty Donut
Premier doughnut emporium the Salty Donut announced on Tuesday that they will be opening their fourth location right here in Orlando.

Salty Donut – with locations in Dallas and Miami – is well-loved for their creative and decadent doughnut concoctions. This fourth brick-and-mortar store will be in Audubon Park on Corrine Drive, with a tentative fall opening date.



A casual browse of the Miami and Dallas menus reveals seasonal and evergreen creations like a Peach Cobbler doughnut, Sweet Tea + Bourbon brioche, Mango + Coconut Cronut, and White Chocolate Tres Leches. So who knows what wildness they'll come up with locally?

The Miami-based company has won numerous foodie plaudits including a spot on Thrillist's 31 Best Donut Shops in America, the Miami New Times' 2020 Father's Day Gift Guide and Paper City's 5 New Dallas Restaurants Doing Takeout Right.



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