Nashville’s Five Daughter’s Bakery opens on Friday, June 1 at Ponce City Market. The bakery, owned by Isaac and Stephanie Meek, is known for its 100-layer, croissant-style doughnut.
Five Daughters is located on the first floor of the market’s food hall near Honeysuckle Gelato and Batter Cookie Dough Counter.
The bakery also offers a variety of cake and brioche-style doughnuts (including gluten free, vegan, and paleo options,) cookies, and pastries. All doughnuts and baked good will be baked daily at a kitchen facility off of Chamblee Tucker Road and delivered to the shop.
Expect doughnuts like chocolate sea salt, vanilla cream, and maple cinnamon as well as a gluten free, paleo doughnut made with almond, coconut, and tapioca flour.
Isaac Meek is a third generation Nashville baker. The couple began Five Daughters out of their home in Franklin, Tennessee in 2015 and sold their doughnuts and baked goods at area farmers markets. The Meek’s opened their first Nashville location in 2015 and currently have four shops in the city and one shop in the resort town of Seaside, Florida.
Five Daughters Bakery, Ponce City Market, 675 Ponce de Leon Avenue. fivedaughtersbakery.com.