Dessert cafe Mochinut opens in Pinellas Park this weekend | Openings & Closings | Tampa


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Mochinut Pinellas Park / Fb

Pinellas County is about to get its mochi doughnut and Korean corn canine repair.

Nestled in a Pinellas Park plaza in between Ding Tea and Carmelita’s Mexican restaurant, is the soon-to-open Mochinut at 6242 66th St. N.

In accordance with Mochinut’s Fb, its Pinellas Park location celebrates its grand opening this weekend. The newly-opened cafe will supply “purchase 5 get 1 free” offers for its chewy doughnuts and stuffed corn canine, along with 20% off all drinks on Saturday-Sunday, Sept. 17-18.

Though its mochi doughnuts are in a relentless rotation, flavors can vary from extremely candy to tangy and savory. In style doughnut flavors embrace ube, churro, Nutella, cheesecake, yuzu, matcha and mango. There’s nearly as a lot selection in the case of Mochinut’s corn canine choices, too. Its Korean corn canine will be crammed with both cheese, a scorching canine or each—however will be coated with a wide range of toppings like french fries, crispy ramen, scorching Cheeto mud and crunchy cereal. 

Along with a Korean corn canine and mochi doughnuts, Mochinut additionally presents several types of boba tea. Matcha, brown sugar, milk tea, Thai tea and ube boba teas are its typical drink choices. Though modifications will be topic to every location, you may head to to view the complete menu.

There are solely two different Mochinut places in Tampa Bay: lately opened storefronts in Temple Terrace and Bradenton. In accordance with the Mochinut web site, different Florida storefronts are heading to Sarasota and Orlando.

Sustain with Pinellas Park’s Mochinut by heading to its Fb at @mochinutpinellaspark, the place it is going to replace its constantly-rotating doughnut flavors.

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