The 850-square-foot shop with patio will open later this summer; co-owners Cameron Corley and Brad Keiller, who live in the area, are looking forward to adding more food options to a still-unsaturated stretch of 30th Street that will also be home to the new Fall Brewing Company.
Though Nomad Donuts will bake and fry up some traditional donuts, they'll specialize in "adult donut flavors" inspired by cuisines of the world and sweet-savory combinations, from prosciutto and charred peach to fig, bacon and goat cheese. There will be eight to nine varieties offered daily that'll change with the seasons; the shop plans on sourcing many of its ingredients from local farmer's markets and will also carry vegan donuts. Overseeing the kitchen is a trained pastry chef who last worked at Starlite in San Diego.
If gourmet donuts weren't enough, Nomad will offer fresh-baked biscotti in flavors ranging from Mexican hot chocolate to pina colada and apple pie. Open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., with late night hours eventually on weekends, Nomad will also feature coffee from a local roaster.
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