The Salty Donut, a cult-favorite Miami doughnut shop, is opening its first Texas location in Bishop Arts.
Cofounders Andy Rodriguez and Amanda Pizarro fell in love with the local artisans, craft breweries, restaurants and increasing number of millennials in Oak Cliff, according to the Miami Herald.
Founded in 2015, the cofounders launched a pop-up shop out of a 1950s Aljoa camper. The Salty Donut now has two brick-and-mortar locations in Miami.
They’re known for unique flavors and donuts such as the guava and cheese doughnut topped with a crushed Maria cookie crumble or the white chocolate tres leches doughnut, soaked in rum and finished with torched meringue. The shop also has a selection of espresso, coffee and seasonal drinks.
The new location is expected to open later this year at 414 W. Davis St.
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📍Dallas, we’re coming! *** We had SUCH a blast seeing everyone’s guesses for the location of our third shop and can’t be any more excited about opening in Dallas, Texas! The love is truly felt ❤️❤️❤️ We’ll be sharing plenty more details on our page (including behind the scenes updates) in the coming weeks so make sure to continue following along! See you soon, Dalllas! We can’t wait to join such an incredible and growing culinary scene 🤠 #thesaltydonut