Sugar Shack rambles west, set to open in old Henrico gas station

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Sugar Shack employees work through a hungry crowd. (PHOTO: Michael Schwartz)

HENRICO COUNTY, Va. —  A Richmond donut shop’s expansion continues as it heads to the West End and north toward the Beltway.

Sugar Shack will open a new location at 1501 N. Parham Road in a former gas station in the Ridge Shopping Center.

Founder and owner Ian Kelley is also working with state delegate Rob Krupicka to open a Sugar Shack at 804 N. Henry St. near Old Town Alexandria.

Construction on the West End Sugar Shack is slated to begin in two weeks with a planned December opening. Kelley said the 2,000-square-foot store will have the same design and products as the original Sugar Shack in Carver, which Kelley opened in March 2013.

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1 Comment

  • GG

    Don’t buy from them! — Ian is a greedy, backstabber! Casey Ward – his previous partner – created all the recipes and then was kicked out by Ian! Must be nice to take advantage of people! I hope Ian goes out of business!

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