Cream Pony North Vancouver Donuts Fried Chicken Lower Lonsdale Shipyards District British Columbia Canada

Cream Pony Donuts and Fried Chicken

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Imagine a restaurant eatery where you can combine the best of tasty hand made small batch donuts along with the crunch and zest of southern style fried chicken.

You can eat them separately as unique dishes or make a sandwich out of the donuts and put the fried chicken in the middle.

This is a foodies dream and one that is coming to the Lower Lonsdale Shipyards District of North Vancouver.

Cream Pony, which we originally reported on back in November 2020, will be located at Unit B2 – 111 1st Street East nearby the Brewery District and Lonsdale Quay.

Their website describes them as: Handmade Brioche Doughnuts & Buttermilk Fried Chicken

Making it an ideal place to stop in for a quick bite to eat when you are going about your errands in the community, or perhaps after enjoying some of the local craft breweries along Esplanade.

Recently our friends at Daily Hive, North Shore News and Vancouver is Awesome have published about this exciting new spot.

One of the unique factors will be that they will have some vegan doughnut options which will appeal to the neighbours in this area, given the waterfront area of North Vancouver is mostly health conscious.

The restaurant is owned and operated by Margarita Wyld and you can connect with her on LinkedIn and submit your resume for consideration.

They are planning to be opened sometime in the next 2 months or so and we will update this article with more information at that time, but in the mean time we wanted to get some basic information out there about this new donut shop and fried chicken joint.

You can connect with Cream Pony on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

If you have business questions or similar you can reach them at:

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