UPDATE: GB&D does in fact stand for Golden Brown & Delicious, but owner Alex George does not plan on just selling doughnuts. George says the restaurants menu will feature breakfast sandwiches on biscuits and English muffins, and lunch sandwiches on homemade breads, filled with local meats, cheeses and veggies, and topped with house made condiments, relishes and slaws. He describes his food as classic items, carefully sourced and solidly prepared. There will be burgers and doughnuts too.
A door will link GB&D and The Village Grind, a coffee shop next door operated by George’s sister, Lindsey, to allow customers to easily flow from one business to the other.
Those wanting a taste of what the GB&D menu will be like can get one at several pop up suppers that are planned for the next couple of months. George will hold one at M. Judson Booksellers, downtown on March 23. Cost is $9. And he will hold several other pop ups at The Village Grind and other local spots as well. These will feature small plates and be free and open to the public.
Not much is known about this space. They appear to have an instagram account showing some photos of doughnuts, but I’ve not been able to track down additional information.
There is a facebook page for “GB&D: Golden Brown & Delicious Sweet Eats” but I can’t verify that it is connected with this property.
The location was previously home to Lily Pottery in the village of west greenville.