Johnny Doughnuts Goes Brick-and-Mortar

Staff Writer
The San Francisco based food truck transitions to a brick-and-mortar shop
Facebook/Johnny Doughnuts
Facebook/Johnny Doughnuts
Johnny Doughnuts will transition from a food truck to a brick-and-mortar shop soon.

Inside Scoop SF reports that Johnny Doughnuts is turning its attention to a brick-and-mortar store.

The San Francisco based food truck is known for making all-natural doughnuts with fresh local ingredients. Now, it is setting its sights on a brick-and-mortar shop in the downtown/West End of San Francisco.

The doughnuts currently being sold at the truck aren’t your average doughnuts. There are classics like vanilla and an old-fashioned doughnut made with potatoes for extra moisture. In addition, though, owners Craig Blum and Jeremy Moran also create handmade doughnuts in interesting flavors such as smoked chocolate bourbon sea salt, pistachio hibiscus, cinnamon twist, and lemon mascarpone filled.

In addition to street sales and special events, Johnny Doughnuts also caters to tech companies such as Apple and AirBnB.

There is no official opening date for the store, but Blum hopes it will be any day now.

To check for updates about the store visit the Facebook page

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