Pinkbox Doughnuts to Open in Centennial Hills

The official doughnut partner of the Las Vegas Raiders continues to expand in the area
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Pinkbox Doughnuts locations continue to pop up in the Las Vegas area—and elsewhere: a location is also in the words for George, UT. What Now Las Vegas has reported on several in the past year, and it appears that yet another is on its way, this time in Centennial Hills. Paperwork has been submitted to the Las Vegas Planning Commission for a 1900-sq.-ft. drive thru location in Centennial Hills, at 7530 Oso Blanca Rd.

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Pinkbox’s colorful selection of doughnuts includes a slate of “OG Classics” like the original glazed, plus a number of “Good Fellas”: slightly more ratcheted-up varieties like Coco Loco and Tutti Fruity, each glazed and rolled in Cocoa Pebbles and Fruity Pebbles, or the Purple Rain (Purple UBE cake glazed with UBE cake crumble).

The Fancy Pancy menu, features deluxe confections like the Love My PB&J (glazed raised shell filled with housemade raspberry jelly topped with creamy peanut butter, crumble and a drop of jelly) and the Blow Torch (Glazed raised shell filled with vanilla custard and topped with caramelized ultra-crispy sugar). The choices go on, with doughnut-hole-style Pee Weez, a selection of vegan doughnuts, and Showoffs like the Mr. Blueberry (White frosted raised shell with blueberry cheesecake filling and topped with crushed Golden Oreo®, white chocolate chips and blueberry glaze drizzle).

The Centennial Hills location is situated near the Oso Blanca intersection with N Durango Dr, near eateries like Ohjah Japanese Steakhouse Sushi & Hibachi and the Cereal Killerz Kitchen. No timeline for construction and opening for the planned Pinkbox has been announced.

Neil Cooney

Neil Cooney is a freelance writer. He has received an MFA in Creative Writing from Syracuse University, and his work has been published in the Masters Review. He lives in Nashville, TN, where he spends his free time cooking Korean food and studying chess.
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