Krispy Kreme Opens New Shop In Harlem With The Only ‘Hot Light’ In NYC

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Krispy Kreme Opens New Shop In Harlem With The Only ‘Hot Light’ In NYC

Though the 24/7 Times Square flagship still doesn’t have an opening date, NYC has at least gotten one new Krispy Kreme!

A brand new location in the middle of Harlem at West 125th St. and St. Nicholas Ave just opened on August 4. The city’s other locations are in in Midtown, FiDi, and the Bronx, plus they had made plans earlier this year to open five more NYC outposts.

This location offers the chain’s complete menu of doughnut flavors, and is the first location in NYC with a “hot light.” Of course, that’s not quite as exciting as it used to be. They are no longer giving out free doughnuts when the light is on, it only means that the fried treats are “hot and fresh coming off the line.

And even with the tornado watch in NYC today, Harlem + Bespoke reported that tons of New Yorkers were lined up to get some hot and fresh doughnuts this morning. Of course, social distancing rules were in effect and only five customers were allowed in at a time.

The shop is at a historic NYC location, as 319 West 125th Street once housed 1950s saloon and club the Baby Grand.

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