Popular donut chain opens first outlet outside of Dublin in Cork

By Katy Thornton

September 12, 2022 at 11:58am

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Donut miss out on their limited edition county-specific creation.

 

Offbeat donuts have officially landed in the Rebel County. The popular donut chain, with seven Dublin cafés, has now just launched its first spot outside of the capital in Cork. Opening Monday 12th September, the people of Cork can now enjoy their wide range of delicious donuts without travelling to Dublin. Offbeat has invested €500k into expanding the donut chain into Cork.

This marks a significant expansion for the company, which opened its first bakery at Pearse Station, Westland Row in May 2016.

In celebration of launching in Cork, Offbeat will have a county specific donut called Cork Creamy Red, which is a rich red velvet flavoured donut filled with a cream cheese frosting and finished with red and white icing. Be quick though; the CCR will be limited edition, so don't stall too long before trying it out.

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And if you're not a red velvet fan, why not try one of their most popular donuts? You can choose from bestsellers Apple Crumble, Unicorn, Happy Hippo, Raspberry Rhapsody, and Caramel Crunch. You can also get a coffee to go with your donut, American cop style.

Offbeat Donuts opens on French Church Street from 8.30am to 7.30pm daily.

The donut spot will be available for delivery, click and collect, and takeaway.

Header image via Instagram/offbeatdonuts

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