The Doughnut Plant Plans to Expand on Grand

The Doughnut Plant will expand into the former frame shop next door. Photo ©

The Doughnut Plant, the artisan sweet shop whose international reputation far outweighs the size of its tiny storefront at 379 Grand St., is acquiring some room to stretch.

The 11-year-old bakery and retail operation will take over the former frame shop at 377 Grand St. next door, which until a couple of weeks ago housed an old-fashioned photo and art store that also doubled as a shoe and watch repair shop. The news came tonight from Frank Durant, of Charles H. Greenthal and Co. Greenthal manages the commercial strip along Grand between Essex and Norfolk streets, which is owned by the neighboring Seward Park Cooperative.

Doughnut Plant

They come from far and wide to sample Mark Israel’s delicious artisinal doughnuts. But how to choose? Creme brulee? Tres leches? The blackout?  Oh just order one of each.

379 Grand Street, at Essex


Hours Tue-Sun, 6:30am-7pm (or when sold out); Mon, closed

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