Hyde Park’s Willa’s Provisions will host a Get Along doughnut pop-up this weekend

Get your artisan doughnuts before they sell out—and they seriously will.

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click to enlarge c/o Get Along Donuts
c/o Get Along Donuts
Fans of Get Along’s fresh doughnuts and out-of-this-world flavors have been following this sweet pop-up throughout Tampa for the past year or so—and this Saturday its headquarters will be no other than Willa’s Provisions, the North Hyde Park casual cafe.

Featuring unique flavors like strawberry champagne glaze and vegan chocolate sea salt, Get Along doughnuts almost always sell out, so make sure you’re headed to Willa’s Provisions early—the entire pop-up runs from 9 a.m. until all of the doughnuts are gone.
From 11 a.m.-3 p.m. , Willa’s Provisions’ brunchers will also have an opportunity to try a limited selection of doughnuts. Get Along typically features special seasonal flavors as well—like pumpkin pie during the fall and horchata during the winter holiday season—so only time will tell what special doughnuts they’re busting out for this Saturday’s pop-up. Other classic flavors that are destined to sell out include chocolate sprinkle, Get Along glaze, and vegan cookie butter.

And if you can’t make the pop-up this weekend at Willa’s Provisions, you can order a dozen Get Along doughnuts for pickup on its website, catch them at various locations throughout Tampa ( like at Black Radish Grocer,) or even order them for delivery via Uber Eats.

Get Along, founded by Joel Davis of Commune & Co. and ran by baker Asher Lakes, debuted at the end of 2020 and was based out of Seminole Heights' Pickford Sundries until recently.  According to the Get Along Instagram, a Seminole Heights-based brick-and-mortar is “coming soon.”
Location Details

Willa's Provisions

310 N Rome Ave., Tampa Tampa

(813) 519-4552

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Kyla Fields is the Managing Editor of Creative Loafing Tampa Bay who started their journey at CL as summer 2019 intern. They are the proud owner of a charming, sausage-shaped, four-year-old rescue mutt named Piña.
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