Miss Holey Moley Doughnuts? Here’s How to Get Your Hands On Them

Holey Moley has some fun flavors coming to their pop-up shop located at Onesto.

Milwaukee’s beloved Holey Moley Doughnuts, located in the Historic Third Ward, closed due to COVID-19, leaving us missing their tasty treats. You can finally get your hands on a Holey Moley doughnut at their new pop-up shop.

Onesto Piccino Café (221 N. Broadway) will be hosting Holey Money for a pop-up event on Dec. 5, 12 and 19 from 7 a.m.-1 p.m.

The doughnuts are $2.50 and there will be gluten-friendly and vegan options, allowing those with dietary restrictions to join in on the fun.

Onesto is owned by Hospitality Democracy, the same company that owns Holey Moley. Traditionally, Onesto offers a variety of baked goods, coffee and pasta made from scratch.

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Holey Moley’s Cereal Milk Doughnut (Courtesy of Holey Moley)

Holy Moley makes their doughnuts by scratch and will be showcasing some fun new flavors during these pop-ups so here’s the rundown:

  • Dec. 5: Cereal Milk (gluten-friendly), PB&J (vegan), S’Mores and Lemon Poppy Old Fashioned
  • Dec. 12: Puppy Chow (gluten-friendly), Coconut Dream (vegan), Animal Cracker Old Fashioned and Dirt Cake
  • Dec. 19: Peppermint Bark (vegan), Cinnamon Sugar with Mexican Chocolate (gluten-friendly), Caramel Bacon Old Fashioned and Cherry Cheesecake

Holey Moley’s location on North Milwaukee Street will remain closed.

“We have not yet re-opened our Holey Moley shop at 316 N. Milwaukee St. due to COVID-19,” said Chris Adams, vice president of operations and development at Hospitality Democracy, in a press release. “We hope to open the full storefront soon, but in the meantime, partnering with our sister restaurant Onesto is the perfect opportunity for us to bring our doughnuts back to the Third Ward.”

For more information on the pop-up event, visit their Facebook page.

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Corey Schmidt was an editorial intern for Milwaukee Magazine in Fall 2020. Currently, Corey is a junior at DePaul University where he majors in both French horn performance and communication & media.