The popular doughnut chain "Union Square Donuts" is planning to open another location in Brookline's Coolidge Corner neighborhood.
The restaurant currently has one location in Somerville and a pop-up shop at Inman Square where lines are typically out the door.
According to Wicked Local, the restaurant will take over 409 Harvard Street, where Wulf's Fish Market was located for over 90 years.
Co-owner John Danoff told the TAB the doughnut shop plans to take over the space on June 1 and hopefully open soon after that.
The new location will have 13 seats and will be open daily from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. to serve doughnuts and coffee.
Danoff said the dough and glaze will still be made in Cambridge, Massachusetts, but the frying and baking will take place at the Brookline location.
The shop will offer the same fan favorites including the maple bacon doughnut and the sea-salted bourobon caramel doughnut, as well as the traditional Boston Creme and Raspberry Jam doughnuts.