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A Nashville doughnut shop is opening in Ponce City Market

There'll be yet another place to try doughnuts this year , this time at one of Atlanta's most popular attractions.

Nashville-based Five Daughters Bakery will open this spring at Ponce City Market, Eater Atlanta reports. Known for its 100-layer doughnuts, Five Daughters is owned by Isaac and Stephanie Meek, who have five daughters.

The bakery -- which also sells other kinds of pastries and cookies, and will serve coffee from Nashville's Honest Roasters Coffee -- will be located near King of Pops in the Ponce City Market food hall.

Five Daughters has several locations in Tennessee and one in Florida. The bakery recently celebrated its three-year anniversary.

The bakery will join several other spots dedicated to serving up sweet treats in Ponce City Market, including Honeysuckle Gelato, St. Germain French bakery, Batter Up edible cookie dough stand and King of Pops .

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