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Creamberry and Coco Donuts Debut in Southwest

“Dough'sants” and honey toast at one strip-mall

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The mystery doughnut shop destined for the southwest’s Santoli Center has been revealed and the northwest’s Coco Donuts has expanded to join Sweet Poke and another sugar-focused new arrival, Creamberry.

Located close to Windmill Lane at 7965 S. Rainbow Blvd., Coco Donuts brings along its full range of glazed, plain, fancy and filled doughnuts, plus apple fritters, bear claws and cinnamon sugar twists.

The doughnut shops also serves its answer to Dominique Ansel's Cronut, a doughnut-croissant creation it dubbed the "The Dough'sant." Also on the menu, Eastern European kolaches in sausage roll and ham and cheese croissant options. Opening hours are daily from 6 a.m until they "sell out."

A couple of doors down, Creamberry has taken over a 1,364-square-foot space at #140, promising they are "not just an ice cream parlor, we are a one-stop dessert shop." The menu includes floats, honey toast, milkshakes, macaron ice cream and acai bowls. Creamberry is now open daily from 1 to 9 p.m and closing at 10 p.m on Friday and Saturday.

Still to come at the retail center, the yet-to-be-announced 1,400-square-foot Summer Bee Cafe.

Sweet Poké

7965 S Rainbow Blvd Ste 135, Las Vegas, NV 89139

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