The iconic Randy’s Donuts is preparing to launch several of its seven much-anticipated Las Vegas locations. A recent want ad indicates that hiring has begun for at least one of the new donut shops the chain plans to open in the city soon.
News broke in February of the donut chain’s upcoming move into Vegas, with What Now Las Vegas confirming locations at 4693 Blue Diamond Road and 2170 S Rainbow Blvd. To these can be added another location at the intersection of S Fort Apache Rd and W Hacienda Ave. Although a few locations are expected to open within several of Las Vegas’s casinos, no specific casino locations have been announced yet.
At the original location on Manchester Blvd in Inglewood, CA, Randy’s offers its donuts in categories of ascending complexity, ranging from $1.40 to $3.15 apiece.
Classic Donuts include familiar varieties like Glazed Raised, Plain Cake, and Powdered Sugar Cake.Deluxe varieties include the Chocolate Iced Cruller and Blueberry Iced Cake, and Fancy varieties include various jelly filled donuts, bear claws, apple fritters, and other confections. Finally, there are Premium Donuts, which include more elaborate varieties like Matcha Tea Raised, Oreo Raised, Cinnamon Toast Crunch Raised, and the decadent Bacon Maple Long John.
The Fort Apache-Hacienda intersection is currently home to a number of business—all of them, with the exception of El Pollo Loco to the northeast, retail and service based. A retail center at the southwest corner is anchored by Green Valley Grocery.
What Now Las Vegas was unable to reach owner Mark Kelegian for comment on the developing news. Solid opening dates for the upcoming locations still have yet to be announced.