Image courtesy of Raised Doughnuts
Mi Kim, former pastry chef at Seattle’s renowned Macrina Bakery, opened a doughnut pop-up shop last year called Raised Doughnuts. One of our former Twenty-five essential bakery and pastry artisans, Kim has a unique talent for pastries and brought that to her successful pop-up.

Now, Raised Doughnuts will be opening a permanent location in Seattle to the delight of residents in the city. Set to debut on Saturday, June 30 at 7 a.m. PST, the location will be offering doughnuts and coffee while supplies last.

Among the doughnut flavors that will be available to customers are apple fritters, raspberry holes, and gluten-free mochi doughnuts, as well as the June specials of blueberry basil, black sesame, ube coconut, and strawberry pie.

“The moment we’ve all been waiting for!!! Our grand opening will be next Saturday 6/30 starting at 7am until we sell out!!! Come see the shop, have some doughnuts and celebrate with us!! We cannot wait!!” the shop says in a post on social media.

Mi Kim’s goal is to bring back the memory of gas station doughnuts. Her father used to buy her gas station doughnuts every morning, and now she wants others to feel that same level of happiness.