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Offbeat Doughnut Shop Glazed & Confuzed Opening Tech Center Shop Next Week

New location slated to open Monday

A photo of several chocolate doughnuts topped with cereal at Glazed & Confuzed Glazed & Confuzed/Facebook

Denver gourmet donut purveyor Glazed & Confuzed is setting its sights southward with a new location that will open next week in Greenwood Village near Cherry Creek High School.

On Tuesday afternoon, the @GlazedNConfused Twitter account posted that the shop’s third location will open at 4660 South Yosemite Street next Monday.

The tweet also contained a link to an Instagram post that included a photo of a Certificate of Operation for the shop that had been issued on Tuesday.

The Denver Tech Center area shop will be the third current location for Glazed & Confuzed and the only one not within a food hall. The other two outposts operate inside Aurora’s Stanley Marketplace and West Washington Park’s Broadway Market.

Glazed & Confuzed was founded by owner Josh Schwab in 2014 on Leetsdale Drive in Glendale. That original location was shuttered in 2017 in anticipation of the move to Stanley Marketplace a few months later.

Though Schwab could not be reach Tuesday by Eater for comment on the new shop, Glazed & Confuzed is known for selling doughnuts that come in unique varieties, including the root beer float doughnut, which is topped with a root beer glaze, as well as a rotating menu of limited release creations.

Glazed & Confuzed also sell more standard varieties (at least by the standards of modern donuts) including a Boston cream doughnut and a maple bacon doughnut called Breakfast of Champz. Gluten-free doughnut varieties are also a staple of the menu, as is a doughnut made with CBD that was written about in USA Today.

The existing locations also serve coffee drips and espresso from Denver’s Kaladi Brothers Roasters.

Glazed & Confuzed

4660 S. Yosemite St., Greenwood VIllage, CO 80111

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