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OVER THE RHINE, OH (FOX19) -

There's a new donut shop coming to town.

Holtman's Donuts, a family-owned dessert shop presently in Loveland and Williamsburg, is opening a new location in Over-the-Rhine this summer.

Described as a 'dessert comfort food' catering to both early risers and night owls, donuts are made fresh daily on-site. Customers can also enjoy apple fritters, custard puffs, maple bacon donuts and more.

Owners say the shop will be located at 1332 Vine Street on the ground floor of the Trinity Flats building, at the intersection of Vine and Mercer Street.

Learn more about OTR's latest mouth-watering restaurant here: www.holtmansdonutshop.com

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