Krispy Kreme is coming to Sheffield city centre, with the doughnut giant set to fill a hole in The Moor.
The confectioner has applied to open a fresh branch in one of the new kiosks along the shopping parade, outside Primark.
The new store would include outdoor seating and customers would be able to see the doughnuts being made, which the company describes as part of its 'retail theatre'.
There is already a Krispy Kreme store at Meadowhall shopping centre and the doughnuts are sold at various Tesco stores around Sheffield, but this would be the first dedicated Krispy Kreme store in the city centre.
Krispy Kreme submitted a planning application to Sheffield Council on Tuesday, April 4, asking to create retail, production and warehouse facilities in the kiosk, including a mezzanine level.
A decision has yet to be made.
Car ploughs into the side of McDonald's restaurant near Sheffield College
Missing dog from Sheffield turns up 100 miles away in Northamptonshire over four months later
Man and woman accused of murdering Sheffield dad Jordan Hill are denied bail
Thieves branded 'scumbags' for stealing from Sheffield cemetery
Police seek missing motorist after South Yorkshire crash
Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder says team agree with Billy Sharp on hopes of 'beating Owls twice next season'
'If you don't kill, you die' - This and 11 more of the best Carlos Carvalhal quotes ahead of his 100th Sheffield Wednesday game in charge
Download The Star's mobile app now for FREE
Sheffield United: Get all the Blades stats
Sheffield Wednesday: Get all the latest Owls stats