Grand Blanc is bringing more amazing businesses downtown and this one is 'sweet'. Get ready to indulge your sweet tooth like never before, because something deliciously exciting is coming to town.

When the downtown Starbucks location on South Saginaw Street in Grand Blanc relocated to the new plaza at the corner of Holly Road, speculation started on what would occupy the vacant space. Renovations started right away, but without any indication of "who" was coming in. Well, now we know, and it's a great one.

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Parlor Doughnuts, the craft doughnut chain, is setting up shop in Grand Blanc. The specialty craft doughnut and coffee shop will offer unique bakery items, including their original layered doughnuts that set them apart. They will also offer a variety of vegan/gluten-friendly, and keto-friendly products.

Their doughnut flavor selections are incredible! Soon you can get your hands on a Maple Bacon doughnut, a Churro, or even a Raspberry Pistachio doughnut. They will even offer Dog doughnuts for your four-legged coffee date.

We stopped by to look at the progress, and things are moving fast with remodeling. Sources say that new Parlor Donughnuts will be serving up sweet treats by July, although no confirmed Grand Opening date has been made.

The new Grand Blanc location will be the 5th Parlor Doughnuts in the state of Michigan with current locations in Shelby Township, Lake Orion, and two in St. Claire Shores. We will keep you posted as the big opening gets closer. Until then, start drooling over the menu here. 

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