by Stranger EverOut Staff

Pamela Vuongs doughnut pop-up The Flour Box, which has accrued a loyal following on Instagram, opened its first brick-and-mortar bakery in Hillman City this week.

Pamela Vuong’s doughnut pop-up The Flour Box, which has accrued a loyal following on Instagram, opened its first brick-and-mortar bakery in Hillman City this week. The Flour Box

This week, the Instagram-famous doughnut pop-up The Flour Box opened its new bakery in Hillman City. Plus, Canlis is diving into back-to-school season with its new Community College, and Dick’s Drive-In has announced the locations for the fall tour of its brand-new roving food truck. Read on for all that and more food-world updates. For more ideas, check out our full in-person dining directory, our takeout & delivery directory, our guide to where to try fresh hop beers in Seattle, our guide to the 2020 football season in Seattle, and our guide to where to celebrate Oktoberfest.

NEW OPENINGS AND RETURNS

The Flour Box
Pamela Vuong’s cult-favorite brioche doughnut pop-up The Flour Box has at last launched its highly anticipated brick-and-mortar bakery and cafe in the former space of Hillman City’s Big Chickie. The space is bright and airy, and you can try doughnuts in flavors like creme brûlée (one of the pop-up’s most popular flavors) and everything bagel. Besides doughnuts, Vuong is also serving elegant sweets like cakes, beignets, and pavlova, plus coffee from Anchorhead Coffee. Unfortunately, the bakery is already sold out of everything through this Sunday, October 4, but pre-orders will re-open then.
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Source: https://everout.com/stranger-seattle/articles/a-new-doughnut-shop-canlis-community-college-and-more-seattle-food-news-you-can-use-this-week-october-2-2020-edition/c202/