Image courtesy of Five Daughters Bakery
Five Daughters Bakery, with locations in Franklin and Nashville, Tennessee, is expanding throughout the Southeast. The bakery already has a store in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida, and will soon open its latest store in Atlanta, Georgia.

The new location, opening to the public on June 1 inside Ponce City Market’s Central Food Hall, will coincide with National Doughnut Day. Five Daughters Bakery specializes in a 100-layer doughnut, which is actually a cronut (croissant/doughnut hybrid).

The bakery offers a variety of cake and brioche-style doughnuts that will also come in paleo options that are gluten-, dairy-, and refined sugar-free, and made with almond, coconut, and tapioca flour. Flavors available at the bakery include vanilla cream, chocolate sea salt, maple cinnamon, King Kong (maple bacon), and purist (vanilla bean glaze), among many others. It will also offer drip coffee from Honest Coffee Roasters in Tennessee

Five Daughters Bakery was founded in 2015 by Stephanie and Isaac Meek and is named for their five daughters. It has quickly grown out of Franklin, Tennessee and into Nashville, Florida, and Georgia.