Five Daughters Bakery is bringing its 100-layer doughnuts to West Midtown

The 100 layer doughnut from Five Daughters Bakery / Photo courtesy of Five Daughters
The 100 layer doughnut from Five Daughters Bakery / Photo courtesy of Five Daughters

Credit: Yvonne Zusel

Credit: Yvonne Zusel

A Tennessee-based bakery known for its 100-layer doughnuts is coming to West Midtown this spring.

Five Daughters Bakery is slated to open its second metro Atlanta location in the Westside Provisions District. It will join the location in Ponce City Market that opened in 2018. 

Five Daughters’ menu offers yeast-raised doughnuts stuffed with various jams, custards and creams; Kouign Amaan, French-style croissant pastries; and the croissant-meets-doughnut hybrid 100-layer doughnut. The new shop will also cater to those with dietary restrictions, offering Paleo Crushers, made without grains, gluten, dairy or sugar, as well as egg and dairy-free vegan doughnuts.

The West Midtown space -- located on Westside Provisions District’s mezzanine breezeway across from Little Barn Apothecary -- will feature an open walk-up counter and glass-viewing windows.

Started in 2015 by Stephanie and Isaac Meek, who named the shop for their five girls, Five Daughters also has locations in Nashville and Florida.

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