Tasty Donuts Opens Second Chattanooga Location At Cambridge Square

Thursday, April 5, 2018

Tasty Donuts, making caked and raised donuts and dozens of other treats, will open a second location in Ooltewah’s Cambridge Square development. Construction of the shop will begin in late spring with an anticipated opening in early fall. Tasty’s first Chattanooga location is at 1414 Jenkins Road.  

Tasty Donuts will occupy approximately 2,000 square feet on the public square. In addition to their donuts menu — which includes numerous topping and filling options — Tasty will also serve specialty coffee drinks such as espresso and cappuccinos. View the full menu here: http://tastydonutschatt.com/menu.html.  

“Tasty is recognized throughout the Chattanooga market as the go-to destination for fresh and delicious donuts and treats, and we are absolutely thrilled they have landed at Cambridge Square,” said Jim Cheney, marketing director for the development. “We have fortunately been able to grow Cambridge Square with the help of some very powerful local brands and Tasty certainly fits into that category.” 

Tasty Donuts creates more than 100 unique donuts each day as well as providing custom designs for its loyal donut lovers. Delivery service is offered on large commercial orders and Tasty also caters events. 

In addition to its donut selection, Tasty’s Cambridge Square location will feature a party room complete with a donut topping bar, and coffee-craving patrons can enjoy espresso-based drinks morning, noon and night.   

“We look forward to joining the wonderful mix of local establishments at Cambridge Square,” said Tony McInnis, owner and founder of Tasty. “We believe our hand-crafted products will be a compliment to the community’s existing tenant family, and the sweet smell of freshly made donuts will be an added bonus to patrons on the square.”  

Tasty is active in the local community, supporting schools, athletic programs, churches, and other civic organizations throughout the Greater Chattanooga area.  For more information about the company visit www.tastydonutschatt.com




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