A “dangerously delicious gourmet doughnut concept” has shared the first hints of its future Summerlin location, coming this fall from chef and owner Robert Teddy.
Taking over a shuttered 2,622-square-foot former Jack in the Box at 9490 W. Lake Mead Blvd., close to Hills Center Drive, the stand-alone Tuscon Plaza site of the future Wicked Donuts features plenty of parking and room inside for customers to eat at the “hand crafted donuts” and coffee bar.
Still operating his M. Antoinette, custom showpiece cake business, Teddy’s previous retail outlet was the short-lived La Sugarie at the Venetian.
Designed around a retro “rockabilly” graphic theme, the house specialty will be a “heavenly hybrid of classic buttery French brioche and the traditional American fluffy donut,” with no “blasphemous preservatives or artificial colors.”
Currently tested for its potential menu, a French cruller, the “Parisian” filled with praline crunch, the “Clementine Creme Brûlée,” and “Muy Matcha” featuring matcha, maple, and strawberries.