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Randy’s Donuts heads to Quezon City for 3rd branch

Rappler.com
Randy’s Donuts heads to Quezon City for 3rd branch

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The LA donut joint is set to open at this mall on this month!

MANILA, Philippines – For those too far away from Randy’s Donut’s BGC and MOA branches, donut fear! The Los Angeles donut joint is set to open its third Philippine branch in Quezon City at Robinsons Magnolia, as announced by the mall on Wednesday, August 10.

“The world-famous donut is coming soon here at #RobinsonsMagnolia. Get ready to try these fluffy Oreo raised Donuts from Randy’s Donuts,” the mall teased, along with a photo of Randy’s Oreo treat.

The Bistro Group, which brought the US brand to the country, confirmed to Rappler that the new branch is targeted to open on the week of Monday, August 15. Sweet tooths from the north can expect the same menu offerings, like the Classic Glazed Raised, S’mores, Fruit Loops Raised, Apple Fritter, Butter Crumb, and over 40 other different flavors.

Randy’s Donuts soft-launched its first store in the Philippines on May 10 at Uptown Parade in Bonifacio Global City. Since then, the donut joint racked up long lines of customers, so much so that the branch had to pause operations after two weeks on May 25 to “replenish fresh ingredients from the US to serve its customers better.” As promised, Randy’s Donuts reopened on June 15 with a new outdoor takeout kiosk.

Randy’s Donuts also opened a second Metro Manila branch on July 25 at S Maison Mall along Seaside Boulevard in Pasay City.

The iconic Los Angeles landmark with the giant rooftop donut opened its very first store along Manchester Boulevard in Inglewood, California in 1952. It currently has branches in Los Angeles, other US locations, South Korea, and Saudi Arabia.

Randy’s Donuts was brought to the Philippines by The Bistro Group, the company responsible for bringing Italiannis, Denny’s, Hard Rock Café, Buffalo Wild Wings, Modern Shanghai, Fish & Co, and TGIFridays to the country. – Rappler.com

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