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Decadent Boozy Doughnut Shop Gourdough’s Closes Downtown Shop

It’s relocating somewhere along Burnet Road

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Gourdough’s chocolate doughnut
Gourdough’s chocolate doughnut
Nadia Chaudhury is the editor of Eater Austin covering food and pop culture, as well as a photographer, writer, and frequent panel moderator and podcast guest.

Gourdough’s Public House, purveyors of over-the-top doughnut creations and cocktails, closed its downtown location. While its final day was on Sunday, April 30, co-owner Ryan Palmer plans on relocating the shop over to Burnet Road.

Co-owner Ryan Palmer said that the new Burnet Road location will feature a larger space, with a more varied menu and, more importantly, a parking lot, in a release. There is no opening set yet.

Gourdough’s South Lamar brick and mortar and food trucks on South 1st Street and Burnet Road remain open. It is possible that the new second Gourdough’s will take up that 5000 Burnet Road address.

Along with the new Austin location, Gourdough’s teased future expansions to Waco and San Antonio.

Gourdough's first opened as a doughnut trailer on 2009, followed by the Gourdough’s Public House brick and mortar with booze on South Lamar in 2012, and then the downtown one in 2015.

Gourdough's Public House [Closed]

209 W 5th St Ste B, Austin, TX 78701 (512) 588-5222 Visit Website

Gourdough's Public House [South Lamar]

2700 South Lamar Boulevard, , TX 78704 (512) 912-9070 Visit Website