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Randy’s Donuts bringing 1st Arizona store to Phoenix

Mar 24, 2024, 8:17 PM | Updated: Apr 19, 2024, 6:36 am

Randy's Donuts is opening its first Arizona location in Phoenix in April. (One Ten Real Estate Inve...

Randy's Donuts is opening its first Arizona location in Phoenix in April. (One Ten Real Estate Investment Rendering)

(One Ten Real Estate Investment Rendering)

PHOENIX — Famous Los Angeles-based donut shop Randy’s Donuts will soon have its first Arizona storefront in Phoenix.

The Grand Canyon State’s first location will be at Seventh Street and Montebello Avenue, according to Randy’s website.

The soft opening was initially set for April 23 but has been delayed until April 25 at 5 a.m.

The location’s franchise developer, Brian Padilla, told ABC15 Arizona that it will feature a smaller version of the iconic sign seen outside the restaurants.

“We’re working on a donut, won’t be quite as massive as the original location,” Padilla said. “The original location, so you know, that donut is over 30 feet in diameter.

“Our donut that we’re working on right now is about 11 feet in diameter.”

Randy’s Donuts started in Inglewood in 1952.

The chain now boosts more than 35 locations worldwide, including in the Philippines, South Korea and Saudi Arabia.

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Randy’s Donuts bringing 1st Arizona store to Phoenix