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A Beloved Miami Doughnut Shop’s Lavishly Topped Pastries Will Soon Debut in Dallas

The Salty Donut is expected to arrive this winter

Amy McCarthy is a staff writer at, focusing on pop culture, policy and labor, and only the weirdest online trends.

After opening two beloved locations in Miami, the Salty Donut will debut its first Texas outpost in Dallas later this year.

The chain’s first location outside of Florida will land in the Bishop Arts District sometime this winter, though no address for that outpost has been announced just yet. Founded in 2015 by Amanda Pizarro and Andy Rodriguez, the Salty Donut currently operates two locations in Miami, where its doughnuts have earned both national acclaim and tons of local love. As Eater Miami noted in 2016, at the peak of the craze, it wasn’t uncommon for hour-and-a-half long lines to wrap around the Salty Donut’s building.

The Salty Donut boasts a 24-hour brioche dough that’s shaped into rounds and lavished with toppings like guava and cream cheese, candied bacon and maple glaze, or tres leches. Cake doughnuts are also on the menu, along with options for gluten-free and vegan pastry enthusiasts and plenty of coffee and tea drinks.

Stay tuned for more details on the Salty Donut’s Dallas debut, including its forthcoming opening date.