Glory Doughnuts to close after nearly 10 years in Frederick

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Aug. 31—A beloved Frederick doughnut shop is set to close after nearly 10 years in business.

Glory Doughnuts & Diner, at 162 W. Patrick St., announced in a Facebook post on Wednesday that this week will be its last one open.

"We thank each and every person who has ever walked through our doors," the post said. "It's been an honor to serve you, Frederick."

The post did not cite a reason for the closure. The owners could not immediately be reached for comment Wednesday afternoon.

The vegan diner has been known for its variety of delectable doughnuts. The menu also includes other breakfast, lunch and dinner options, such as the tofu fried egg sandwich and BBQ potato baked bean burrito.

The business previously occupied 244 E. Church St. before moving to West Patrick Street.

Glory Doughnuts & Diner invited supporters to attend a party starting at 3 p.m. Sunday. There will be live music and the eatery's artwork will be for sale.

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