Velvet Creme quickly became Miami’s doughnut shop of choice. It was best known for a simple, traditional glazed variety — an airy, circular piece of dough dunked in a sea of sweet icing.
The Velvet Creme Coffee & Doughnut Company is proud and honored to support our troops and law enforcement officers who risk their lives every day to protect us and our freedom.
Amid an aroma of doughnuts and sea of eager eyes locked onto glittered gold badges, a dozen offers proclaimed a unique message from law enforcement in today’s time: “We want to be your friends.”
It’s that time of year again. The Marlins take to the field for opening day Tuesday, April 5, against the Tigers. Whether you’re a baseball fan or not, there is plenty to keep you fed and entertained in Marlins Park.
Andy Rodriguez and Amanda Pizarro love two things: Miami and fancy doughnuts. But the foodie-obsessed couple discovered a disconnect between the two.
Doughnuts could be the most democratic of all foods. These pastries come in all different shapes, sizes, and flavors. Some are filled with custard or booze. Others are vegan or gluten-free.
When you snag a dozen doughnuts, there’s a sense of urgency — in a few days, they’ll probably be stale.
For six years and counting, local blogger Burger Beast has been honoring the unsung heroes of South Florida’s food community with the Burgie Awards.
Velvet Creme’s dogmatic-like resurrection was announced this past October, coupled with even better news – a food truck.
The Velvet Creme Doughnut food truck will make its debut at the sixth-annual Burger Beast Burgie Awards this Saturday, January 31, from 5 to 10 p.m. at Milander Park (4700 Palm Ave., Hialeah).