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Get That 100-Layer Doughnut Starting Friday at Westside Provisions District

Five Daughters Bakery opens Friday, April 19 on Howell Mill Road

The 100-layer doughnut at Five Daughter’s Bakery
Nashville’s Five Daughters Bakery opens its second shop Friday at Westside Provisions District
Amber Ulmer
Beth McKibben is the editor and staff reporter for Eater Atlanta and has been covering food and cocktails locally and regionally for over 12 years.

Five Daughters Bakery opens its second Atlanta outpost Friday, April 19 at Westside Provisions District (WSPD) across from Little Barn Apothecary in the mezzanine breezeway. Known for its decadent 100-layer, croissant-style doughnut, the Nashville-based bakery opened its first Atlanta location at Ponce City Market (PCM) last June.

A large window beside the walk-up counter displays the day’s doughnut and pastry selections. Everything is baked daily at a kitchen facility off of Chamblee Tucker Road and then delivered throughout the day to both shops.

Five Daughters offers a variety of cake and brioche-style doughnuts filled with jam, custard, and cream, as well as gluten free, vegan, and paleo doughnuts, cookies, and pastries. This includes the 100-layer doughnut, rolled in sugar and stuffed with cream.

Issac and Stephanie Meeks began Five Daughters out of their home in Franklin, Tennessee four years ago, selling doughnuts at area farmers markets. The couple opened their first Nashville location in 2015. In addition to PCM and WSPD, Five Daughters has four shops in Nashville and one shop in the resort town of Seaside, Florida.