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From food truck to aesthetically pleasing donut shop: Holey Rollers

Children and a dog representing how you will feel after eating a Holey Rollers donut.

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Children and a dog representing how you will feel after eating a Holey Rollers donut.

Chloe Clinton, Santa Fe Staff Writer

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The Paseo District in Oklahoma City is home to many small businesses run by locals. One of these establishments, Holey Rollers, opened in 2016 as a food truck that served donuts and has recently moved into their permanent store front.

It started up with two amazing people, Andrea and Anna, who were passionate about providing good quality donuts to OKC that catered to everyone: people with food allergies or those who were vegan,” manager Sabrina Luster said. “After about two years as a trailer, Holey Rollers was presented with the opportunity to have a permanent home here in the Paseo and we have been open for one year here at this location.”

Holey Rollers serves 100% egg and dairy free donuts, with gluten free options available, as well as coffee everyday of the week. With the multitude of flavors there is a donut for everyone (holeyrollersdonuts.com). They still use the food truck to cater and drive to various events.

When you walk into the storefront you are greeted with the delightful smell of freshly made donuts and the warm smell of coffee. Holey Rollers doesn’t mess around when it comes to service, you are immediately greeted with a smiling employee who will kindly answer any questions you have. Since it is reasonably priced it is great for a date or just a sweet treat with friends.

“We offer a personalized approach to customer service and cater to each customers needs individually. We love to educate our customer base about the food options we provide and the local coffee roasters we offer and an in depth knowledge the coffee we make in our cafe,” Luster said.

With their new extended hours it is great for students after school to come and explore the Paseo Plunge which is home to Literati Press Comics & Novels and an amazing art gallery.

The only downside is they make their donuts in the morning and make more as they run out; therefore, there might be a wait one a specific flavor. But with so many flavors to choose from it is hard not to find another tasty donut to devour.

Despite this downside, Holey Rollers has many upsides you can’t pass up, it is a local business that serves amazing donuts and has great service. It is worth the time to go and check out along with the other small businesses in the Paseo District.

For more information, contact Chloe Clinton.

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