Offbeat opens in Cork today with FREE donuts for the first 300 customers

Donut mind if we do!

Popular Dublin-based donut chain Offbeat Donuts has just landed in Cork, and we couldn’t be more excited!

The new Cork store is the first outside of Dublin and they’ve decided to open up shop right next door to Duke’s on the bustling French Church Street. The bakery will be giving away free classic glazed donuts to the first 300 customers that walk through the doors this morning, so be sure to get in early!

Iced coffee from Offbeat Donuts

The brand was first established by baking duo Brian and Sandra O’Casey back in 2016, and since then the company has seen tremendous growth and now have a total of nine stores in Dublin and Cork. The Cork store was opened as part of a €500,000 investment and has created 10 new jobs in the city, bringing the total number of jobs in the company to 100.

As well as mouth-watering donuts, Offbeat will also be serving up some delicious loaded ice-cream cones, freshly mixed milkshakes and some insanely tasty cookies, and the shop will also have a dedicated seating area upstairs. All of the products, including the donuts, are made fresh in-house daily in the open-plan kitchen so that customers can view the entire baking process live in action.

Sound tempting? Be sure to check them out on French Church street from 9am today.

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