Five Daughters Bakery is opening a second Atlanta-area location.
The family-owned bakery and shop serving made-from-scratch doughnuts, pastries, and treats, is expanding to West Midtown on the heels of entering the market last year with a location in Ponce City Market.
It will open in the Westside Provisions District mixed-use development, according to a press release Monday.
An opening timeline has not been disclosed.
On the menu are yeast-raised doughnuts stuffed with a variety of house-made jams, custards, and creams, Kouign Amaan “The Quinn” French-style croissant pastries and the 100 Layer Doughnut, a croissant-doughnut.
The new shop will also offer “Paleo Crushers,” a treat made without grains, gluten, dairy or sugar, as well as egg and dairy-free Vegan Doughnuts.
It will be located on Westside Provisions District’s mezzanine breezeway across from Little Barn Apothecary.
Husband-and-wife duo Isaac and Stephanie Meek founded Five Daughters Bakery in 2015 after leaving their corporate jobs.
The company is named after their five daughters Maggie, Evangeline, Lucy, Constance, and Dylan.
Five Daughters Bakery has grown to six locations across the Southeast, including shops in Atlanta, Georgia, Franklin and Nashville, Tennessee, and Rosemary Beach and Seaside, Florida.