The Salty Donut is coming to Tampa's Hyde Park Village

This will be the Miami-based chain's first location in Tampa.

click to enlarge The family-owned business serves a variety of locally-sourced speciality donuts. - The Salty Donut/Facebook
The Salty Donut/Facebook
The family-owned business serves a variety of locally-sourced speciality donuts.

Tampa Bay is about to get a lot saltier.

The Salty Donut's hand-crafted donuts and brewed coffee have found a new home at Tampa's Hyde Park Village. The Miami-based chain's new storefront will move into 1519 W Swann Ave., according to Tampa Bay Business Journal.

No specific date has been set for its opening.

The family-owned business serves a variety of locally-sourced speciality donuts, including  caramel toffee crumb, butterbeer, blueberry coffee cake, gluten-free chocolate chip and sea salt, vegan cinnamon roll and Oreo cake donut holes.

You'll also find a mixture of caffeinated beverages on the menu, including cinnamon cereal milk lattes, maple brown sugar cold brews, cortados, cappuccinos and The Salty Donut's signature batch brew. Donuts and drinks vary depending on location.

The Salty Donut currently has three Florida locations—two in Miami and one in Orlando—and is expected to open three more including an additional Miami location, one  in West Palm Beach and the Tampa. spot

Tampa's location is the only one of the three not yet posted on the donut shop's website.
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