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Holtman’s Donuts plans August opening in Butler County

A doughnut shop with a dedicated following in Greater Cincinnati is just a few weeks away from opening its first Butler County location.

Holtman’s Donuts, which operates locations in Over-The-Rhine, Loveland and Williamsburg, is set to open in August at 9558 Civic Centre Blvd. in West Chester Twp.’s Streets of West Chester shopping center.

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“We don’t have a firm date just yet, said Katie Plazarin, co-owner and marketing & branding manager for Holtman’s Donuts. “(We’re) hoping for August but we’re still waiting on the important equipment to ship.”

Holtman’s, which will be hiring 20 to 25 people for the new location, has started interviews but still is looking for candidates.

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The new business is located next to Chuy’s Tex-Mex restaurant and the yet-to-open Matt The Miller’s Tavern and near Topgolf and Main Event Entertainment.

So what made Holtman’s Donuts want to develop a new location in West Chester Twp.?

“When the search for the new location started a few years ago, we knew what we needed in a location and the Streets of West Chester just checked off all our boxes,” Plazarin said. “(It’s a) great neighborhood where people work and play. We’re excited to join another great community.”

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The new shop will have everything Holtman’s Donuts already has, but bigger, she said.

“There is a ton of seating, both indoors and outdoors,” Plazarin said. “Our entire OTR space would fit inside just the indoor setting area in West Chester. It’s going to allow us to produce more donuts, fulfill bigger orders, and start catering again.”

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