Five Daughters Bakery, the family-owned bakery and shop serving made-from-scratch doughnuts, pastries and treats, will open its second Georgia location at Atlanta’s Westside Provisions District this Friday, April 19. The shop joins the bakery’s first Georgia outpost, which debuted at iconic community hub Ponce City Market last year, and will deliver a daily assortment of handmade doughnuts and pastries crafted from fresh and locally sourced ingredients.
On the menu, guests can enjoy a loveable lineup of classic and inventive sweet staples, including Yeast-Raised Doughnuts stuffed with a variation of house-made jams, custards and creams, airy and caramelized Kouign Amaan “The Quinn” French-style croissant pastries and the coveted 100 Layer Doughnut—a deliciously decadent croissant-meets-doughnut hybrid that takes days to make and arrives rolled in sugar, filled with cream and topped with a heavenly glaze. Each month, the bakery will also feature limited-edition flavors inspired by the seasons. Like all of Five Daughter’s locations, the new shop will cater to those with restricted diets, offering Paleo Crushers, a wholesome and tasty treat made without grains, gluten, dairy or sugar, as well as egg and dairy-free Vegan Doughnuts.
Located on Westside Provisions District’s mezzanine breezeway across from Little Barn Apothecary, Five Daughters’ Westside space features an open walk-up counter to place and pick-up orders, both individually and by the dozen. Freshly made doughnuts and pastries will be on display through the shop’s expansive, glass-viewing windows, offering doughnut lovers and passersby a peek into the day’s selection of signature sweets. Bright and cheery white walls cleanly line the interior, making for a welcoming and joyful design to match Five Daughters’ standout service.
Believing in love, integrity and quality food, husband-and-wife duo Isaac and Stephanie Meek founded Five Daughters Bakery in 2015 to explore their shared passion for baking and to spend more time with family after leaving their corporate jobs. The two opened the bakery’s first shop in Franklin, Tennessee, and named it after their five biggest inspirations—daughters Maggie, Evangeline, Lucy, Constance and Dylan. In just four short years, the business has grown to six locations across the Southeast, including shops in Atlanta, Georgia, Franklin and Nashville, Tennessee and Rosemary Beach and Seaside, Florida.
“The only thing sweeter than running a bakery for a living, is getting to share our tasty creations with new neighbors and friends in Atlanta,” says Co-founder Stephanie Meek. “We’re thrilled to be on the Westside and can’t wait to continue spreading love—one doughnut at a time.”