Restaurant Openings

Somerville Has a New Doughnut and Bagel Shop

Davis Square Donuts & Bagels also carries breakfast sandwiches and cinnamon buns.

The morning commute through Davis Square has a new source of fuel: Davis Square Donuts & Bagels opened today at 5:30 a.m.

Eater Boston has been monitoring the progress of this startup doughnut shop—no relation to a certain bakery in another Somerville square—for about two years.

Owner George Dardonis plans a scratch-made range of doughnuts including old fashioned and chocolate-glazed, maple bacon, Oreo, peanut butter and jelly, Nutella-filled, and more, he told Eater. Plus: cinnamon buns, 15 flavors of New York-style bagels, house-made flavored cream cheese, egg sandwiches, and Peet’s Coffee and Tea.

The shop is located next door to the Rosebud, and inside, it has a Somerville-themed mural painted by a local artist. Davis Square Donuts has two levels of seating, plus an outdoor patio. Eater reports there’s also free Wifi.

Heading down Summer Street tomorrow morning? Be the person who brings your coworkers doughnuts.

377 Summer St., Davis Square, Somerville, davissquaredonutsandbagels.com.


Jacqueline Cain Associate Food Editor at Boston Magazine jcain@bostonmagazine.com