Hurts Donuts will open in Omaha in about a month, the company said Monday on Facebook. Hurts had been teasing an Omaha location on social media since February 2019.
The second Nebraska outlet in the popular chain will be near 120th and Blondo Streets. The first was in Lincoln.
A sign already is hanging on the front and the side of a building at 1726 N. 120th St.
A Facebook post said they would be having open interviews for potential employees from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday.
The chain, based in Springfield, Missouri, is known for serving oversized donuts in inventive flavors such as Andes Mint, Fruity Pebbles and cotton candy. Its website says it makes more then 70 varieties.
The chain has more than 20 locations in 10 Midwest and Southwest states.
The Saddle Creek Breakfast Club serves breakfast and lunch, focusing on local ingredients. It quickly caught on with Omahans after opening in late 2017, with long lines snaking out of its tiny location at 1540 N. Saddle Creek Road.
Last week, a couple of my colleagues and I tried a handful of weird cereals based on already existing products. Most of them were edible. Some were pretty good. Some were terrible. But there were a handful of cereals that we wanted to try, but couldn't find in Omaha.