A business that blends the best of mochi and doughnuts is coming soon to North Point Village Center.
Mochinut has signed a lease at 1478 North Point Village Center, according to signage at the front of the property.
The business has locations across the country as well as South Korea and Thailand.
The menu includes mochi donuts, Korean rice flour hot dogs, and bubble tea. The doughnut originated from Hawaii and uses rice flour, like Japanese mochi, to form a connected circle of eight balls of dough.
The business did not indicate when it plans to open, but signs posted at the location say “coming soon.”
Mochinut takes the place of Burke Jewelers, a jewelry repair service.
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