Diablo Doughnuts Closes Federal Hill Shop, Relocating to Brooklyn and Launching Food Truck

| February 2, 2021 | 0 Comments

Diablo Doughnuts announced this week it has closed its Federal Hill shop at 1035 Light St. in Federal Hill and will be relocating its operations to 3432 S. Hanover St. in Brooklyn. The Brooklyn location is also the home of The Smoking Swine, and Dizzy Cow Pizzeria.

Diablo Doughnuts owners Michael Roslan and Emily Roslan took to social media to update their followers on the situation, citing building and landlord issues as the reason for the shop’s closing, and to thank their customers for continued support. Diablo Doughnuts was open in Federal Hill for two and a half years.

Diablo’s doughnuts will be soon be available again in Federal Hill for online order pickups at Blue Moon Too. Diablo Doughnuts will also be offering online order pickups at the Brooklyn location and will host pop-ups. In addition, Diablo Doughnuts will be launching a food truck and hopes to soon have a retail layout in Brooklyn and host events.

The Brooklyn building has been operating as a commissary for the food trucks since 2019. The Smoking Swine and its owner Drew Pumphrey have been doing work to the building to reopen it as a bar. He hopes to have it open in April for BBQ and drinks, plus motorcycle and car-centric events. He also hopes to eventually have music and outdoor events in the rear lot in the future.

The building was previously O’Flynn’s Crab & Cask House and long-time, Brooklyn-staple O’Brady’s Crab House.

Photo from The Smoking Swine Facebook page

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