Hello Sugar plans to open a second location.
The popular mini doughnut shop opened its first location in June in Kendall Yards. A second store is in the works in Spokane Valley.
Construction on the new spot, located in the Ponderosa Village development, has already started. It’s slated to open in early 2019.
“I can tell you it will be the same model, but we will have our own full-service coffee menu with a drive-thru,” said Amy Pruchnic, who owns Hello Sugar with her husband, Ramsey. “I don’t want to give anything away yet with the design concept yet, only because we haven’t finalized everything. I will say I’m super excited about it.”
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Hello Sugar plans second location
September 21, 2018
By Adriana Janovich
Hello Sugar, Spokane’s newest whimsical miniature-doughnut confectionary located in Kendall Yards seems like just another “Instagrammable” bucket list item upon first glance. However, unlike most other trend-worthy eateries, the quality of the product at Hello Sugar, outweighs the aesthetic.
The concept of minidoughnuts makes killing a dozen in one sitting dangerously easy, leaving patrons in a sugar coma, yet less bloated than they would be from a Sunday trip to Krispy Kreme.
“We started June 1 and I started that first opening week,” said lead slinger and supervisor Emily Connery. “June 1 is National Doughnut Day, so we really jumped on that marketing opportunity to open.”
Hello Sugar, is the newest addition to Kendall Yards that has stolen Gonzaga students' hearts
September 12, 2018
By Nicole Glidden
Mini doughnuts and locally roasted coffee converge at a new space in Kendall Yards shared by Hello Sugar, and Indaba Coffee
June 21, 2018
By Chey Scott
Whether a dusting of edible glitter, a drizzle of syrup, a spattering of mini marshmallows or a fresh slice of fruit, each doughnut at Hello Sugar, is topped with a delight to the eyes and taste buds.
The newly opened doughnut shop in Kendall Yards' west end shares a space with the fourth location for Indaba Coffee Roasters, which relocated its roasting operations from its flagship cafe on Broadway Avenue. The also-new Park Lodge restaurant occupies the building's south half; all three are across the street from Olmsted Brothers Green park and just north of the Centennial Trail.
Hello Sugar, (the comma at the end of the shop's name is intentional, meant to represent an affectionate salutation) is something like a love letter to Spokane from local couple Amy and Ramsey Pruchnic, who moved from Seattle back to their hometown in 2016.
"We never planned on opening a doughnut shop — it wasn't a dream we had," says Amy. "But we were always looking for a unique way to serve the community."
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Pickwick’s Galen Disston records music video at Spokane’s new coffee-and-doughnut shop in Kendall Yards
Tue., June 12, 2018, 11:04 a.m.
By Adriana Janovich
Singer Galen Disston of the Seattle band Pickwick was in Spokane over the weekend filming a music video at the new coffee-and-doughnut shop in Kendall Yards.
Disston was in town at the invitation of Spokane physician and musician Jonathan Pasma, who asked the vocalist to record a song he had written for his new solo project Ferris Pier.
Disston recorded the song “Lights Like Us” in March, and a crew from Kindnss, a photography and video company, shot the video at Hello Sugar on Saturday and Sunday – as well as a few other locations throughout town. It was their first time working together, said Pasma, 34.
“I’d been in a few bands in the past, but what I enjoy most is writing music,” he said. “I came up with the idea that I want to write music and feature different vocalists.”
Coffee and doughnuts: Indaba and Hello Sugar pair up to offer the classic combination
UPDATED: Tue., June 5, 2018, 12:02 p.m.
By Adriana Janovich
It might just be a perfect pairing.
Coffee and doughnuts are a classic combination. But, so often, the doughnuts are good and the coffee is basic drip, or the coffee is high quality and the doughnuts, well, aren’t.
A collaboration between Indaba Coffee Roasters and Hello Sugar, a new made-to-order doughnut business, aims to offer both high-quality coffee and hot and fresh mini doughnuts.
The shop opened Friday – on National Doughnut Day – with lines that wrapped outside the building. It marks the fourth location for Indaba and the first location for Hello Sugar. They’re sharing a space in the same building as the recently opened Park Lodge restaurant, located across the street from the Olmsted Park playground and right along the Centennial Trail on the western edge of Kendall Yards.
Indaba and Hello Sugar celebrate National Doughnut Day by opening new shop
Wed., May 30, 2018, 12:58 p.m.
By Adriana Janovich
National Doughnut Day is Friday, and Indaba Coffee Roasters and Hello Sugar are celebrating by opening a new coffee-and-doughnut-shop in Kendall Yards.
The collaboration features two walk-up counters: one for mini, made-to-order doughnuts and one for espresso and other coffee drinks.
The grand opening celebration runs from Friday through Sunday at the new shop, located on the west end of Kendall Yards. Hours are 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. (Regular hours will be 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.
Hello Sugar opens on National Doughnut Day (6-1-18)
Mini-donut shop brings made-to-order treats to Kendall Yards
The donuts feature glitter instead of sprinkles!
Author: Megan Carroll
Published: 10:55 AM PDT May 29, 2018
Updated: 6:32 AM PDT June 1, 2018
SPOKANE, Wash. – A new way to satisfy that sweet tooth is making its way to Kendall Yards.
Hello Sugar, opens at 419 N. Nettleton St. on Friday, June 1 – which also happens to be National Donut Day – in conjunction with Indaba Coffee’s fourth Spokane location. Hello Sugar, owners Amy and Ramsey Pruchnic are close friends with Indaba’s owners.
The menu of hot, made-to-order mini-donuts features six set flavors and one seasonal rotating flavor. If you visit, you will see your tasty treat made right before your eyes.