Dinky Donuts Relocates to Middlebury, Vermont

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Dinky Donuts Relocates to Middlebury, Vermont

By Sue Hoxie
10/16/2008

Middlebury, Vermont – October 16, 2008 – The Addison County Chamber of Commerce is pleased to welcome Dinky Donuts to Middlebury. Formerly located in Burlington, Dinky Donuts opened for business in late September in the Little Schoolhouse on Route 7, south of Middlebury.

Nick and Alex Cavalli founded Dinky Donuts in early 2008 after working in several fine dining establishments in New York City and Vermont. Both are graduates of the French Culinary Institute in New York City. According to Alex, “After working in Vermont at Penny Cluse Café, Smokejack’s and Christophe’s, we decided that it was time for us to try to make our own mark on the Vermont food scene. After bouncing around countless ideas, we came up with donuts. We’re both donut lovers and there was no good place in the area to get them.”

As the business grew, Dinky Donuts needed a new home. “We found the perfect fit at the Little Schoolhouse in Middlebury. After much planning and renovations, we are now open! Serving our delicious donuts, coffee, breakfast sandwiches and other home style treats,” Alex continued.

For further information or to place an order for delivery, please call 802-839-5099.  The bakery and retail shop is located at 1663 Route 7 South in Middlebury and is open Wednesday through Friday from 6:15 am to 1 pm and Saturday and Sunday from 7 am to 1:30 pm. Visit their website at www.eatdinkydonuts.com.

About Addison County Chamber of Commerce

The Addison County Chamber of Commerce (ACCOC) is an association of individuals representing business interest, working together to promote commercial business in Addison County. The Chamber can be found on the Web at www.addisoncountychamber.com.

Media Inquiries:

Sue Hoxie
President
Addison County Chamber of Commerce
93 Court Street
Middlebury VT  05753
p: 802-388-7951
e: sue@addisoncounty.com

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