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FunkyTown Donuts & Drafts, an offshoot of the popular FunkyTown Donuts site on Eighth Avenue will bring its unique flavors to Sundance Square.

The new location is set to open this spring at 132 East Fourth Street.

“Sundance Square is pleased to welcome FunkyTown as they fill a niche not currently being delivered in downtown,” said Johnny Campbell, Sundance Square President and CEO. “We had many requests to bring donuts to Sundance Square and we are glad to add this new food category. With FunkyTown, Schakolad, Nestlé and It’s Sugar right around the corner, Fourth Street is a real sweet destination.”

The 1,248-square-foot, family-owned bakery will offer a variety of freshly baked donuts daily, including yeast and cake donuts with an interesting twist on toppings and glazes, including maple and candied bacon; The Chipper (a chocolate glazed donut topped with salted potato chips); Star Berry (a blueberry glazed donut with white chocolate shavings and topped with fresh blueberries); a S’moors (dark chocolate glazed donut topped with graham cracker crumbles and roasted marshmallow); the Bramble Berry (blackberry lemonade glazed donut topped with fresh blackberries and lemon zest; and many other creative delicacies. The shop will offer gluten-free and vegan options only every Wednesday and Sunday. All flavors come in regular and mini sizes. Donut holes are available in traditional cinnamon sugar and glazed, or a host of flavors.

The Sundance Square shop will be the second Fort Worth location for the specialty bakery. The original FunkyTown Donuts opened on Eighth Avenue near Rosedale in the Hospital District.

“We will rotate several craft beers on tap and pair them with some of our sweet and savory donuts,” said Brandon Moors, who owns FunkyTown with his wife Angie and mother Ruth Moors. “We also will serve a cold brew coffee on tap for our coffee lovers and will of course, still offer hot coffee, too. We will be open later on Friday & Saturday nights with special offerings for the ‘After Hours’ crowd.”

FunkyTown can also provide catering services for large events and weddings, including donut bars and custom messages cut out of donuts. More information, including the flavor schedules, is available at http://funkytowndonuts.com

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