Bigmouth Donuts Opens This Saturday in Hingetown

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Bigmouth Donuts, which already opened its production facility and donut shop at Hub 55, debuts its Hingetown home (1418 W 29th St.) this Saturday at 10 a.m.

Courtney Bonning, chef-owner of the former BonBon Cafe in Ohio City, and Kelly Brewer, formerly with the Cleveland Visitors Bureau and Ritz-Carlton, share a love of donuts and a simpatico philosophy that dictates that donuts should always be handcrafted from scratch using the finest ingredients and served hot and fresh. These particular confections, as the name implies, will be “a little fatter than the normal donut.”



“We believe that a great donut is not one that is dipped in chocolate and then topped with some candy,” Brewer told us last year. “We believe that a finely made donut has four distinct and recognizable components: the dough, the filling, the glaze or finish, and the toppings. All four of these components complement each other to bring a combined flavor that can’t be described until people try them.”

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