It was just a few short weeks ago that I mentioned The Salty Donut, time flies as their Pop-Up in Wynwood starts tomorrow (Thursday).
Last week I was lucky enough to try 6 of the Donuts created by *Chef Max Santiago: Guava + Cheese, Boston Creme, Maple Bacon, Popcorn + Porter, Brown Butter + Salt & Olive Oil + Citrus.
There’s also a Coffee menu featuring Intelligentsia Espresso and the excellent Nitro Cold Brew from Miami’s Relentless Roasters.
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know that the Guava + Cheese and Maple Bacon are winners even before having taken a bite. I’ve never been a Boston Creme kinda guy but yes it’s good if this is your thing. I much preferred the over the top Popcorn + Porter that uses Funky Buddha Brewery’s OP Porter for the glaze. I’ve got no doubt that it will be very popular on 4/20. The two Cake Donuts (Brown Butter + Salt and Olive Oil + Citrus) were the surprises. I’ll take two dozen and call you in the morning.
Come out and support The Salty Donut at their POP-Up in Wynwood (Dec. 13th they’ll be at my SugaPie Desserts, Coffee & Craft Beer event), you won’t regret it.
The Salty Donut Wynwood PopUp
29 NW 24th St Miami, FL 33127
Art Basel Hours: 12/3 & 12/4 from 6PM-11PM, 12/5 & 12/6 from 10AM-5PM
December Hours: Fri 6-11PM & Sat/Sun 10AM-5PM
*In the spirit of full disclosure Chef Max Santiago and I are childhood friends from Rockway Elementary in our hometown of Westchester, Florida.