The city approved construction Monday for Krispy Kreme shops in West Jacksonville and Southside.
Dooley and Mack Constructors of Georgia Inc. is the contractor for both.
The Westside Krispy Kreme is a $652,675 project at 6250 103rd St. It’s a 2,671-square-foot shop.
The Southside Krispy Kreme is a $381,162 project for a 2,871-square-foot doughnut shop at 3814 University Blvd. W. It also involves the demolition of the 10,600-square-foot building – a former buffet and Internet café – on the site.
The three are prototype Krispy Kremes.
The newest opening boosts Krispy Kreme’s Jacksonville presence to four stores and two under development.
The two newest by Winston-Salem, N.C.-based Krispy Kreme are at the former Shoney’s along 103rd Street near Blanding Boulevard in Westside and the former Barnhill’s Buffet and Internet cafe along University Boulevard West at Chester Avenue in Southside.
The existing buildings are being removed for construction.
That expands the company’s stand-alone scope, not counting sales in convenience and food stores, to Arlington, East Arlington, Westside, Mandarin and Southside.
Restaurants on the rise
• Waffle House Inc. is building at 7180 Normandy Blvd. The city approved the $210,000 construction project for the 1,635-square-foot building as well as two signs at a project cost of $11,000.
• Wendy’s applied for construction of a River City Marketplace area restaurant at 15236 Max Leggett Parkway. The 3,317-square-foot project carries a construction cost of $868,533.
• Southern Roots Filling Station is planned at 1275 King St. Moducomm Development Inc. is the contractor for the $22,788 project. Southern Roots is a coffee shop and health food store. Its Facebook page is Southern Roots.
Licensed to serve
Duval County Tax Collector Michael Corrigan issued business licenses for:
• Voodoo Lounge, to Voodoo Lounge Jax LLC, 2 Independent Drive, No. 173. Stephen J. Kurland of Jacksonville Beach is managing member of Voodoo Lounge Jax.
• Charlie’s Diner LLC, to Charles Glover Mardant, 8929 Philips Highway.
• Faye’s Courtyard Café Inc., to Juanita F. Wood, 7825 Baymeadows Way, No. 109.
Food- and drink-related businesses filed names recently with the state Division of Corporations under the Fictitious Name Law to operate:
• Jax Diner, by Jax Restaurant Interests LLC, 5065 St. Augustine Road. John Colson, Fleming Island, is president of Jax Restaurant Interests LLC.
• Sweet Time BBQ, by Lewis Family Venture LLC, 4760 Riverine Drive, mailing address is 3330 NW Second Ave., Ocala. Latresia Wilson of Ocala and Henry Scott Jr. of Jacksonville are managers of Lewis Family Venture LLC.
• China Moon, by Benson Chen Inc., 8299 W. Beaver St., No. 1A. Min Lin is president of Benson Chen.
• Divine Sweet Creations, by Evelyn Guerrero, 3388 Caroline Ridge Lane E.
• Fat Boyz Roadside Bar, by Bryan Velleca and Martina Moenckert, 11137 Normandy Blvd.
• Pineapple Creek Catering Boutique, by Lisa Charlene Curtin, 3848 S. Third St., Jacksonville Beach.
• Sundance Fresh Market, by Tena Anderson, 6295-F Powers Ave.
• J&D Cakes & Pastries, by Daisy Rodriguez, Baker County, mailing address is 7816 Rideout Road, Tampa.
• Gino’s Pizza, by Kenny Edward Adcock, 588 Pine Forest Drive N., Fleming Island.
• Snacshack, by JA Ventures of Florida LLC, Clay County, mailing address is 3787 Palm Valley Road, Suite 102-200, Ponte Vedra Beach. Adrienne A. Hagarty of Orange Park is president of JA Ventures.
• Cornwell’s Market, by Sukoon Food Market Inc., 6814 U.S. 1 N., St. Augustine. Reekee R. Patel of St. Augustine is president and Parth D. Patel of Orange Park is vice president of Sukoon Food Mart.
• Mango Mango’s Caribbean Grill and Bar, by Richard T. Worley and Paradise Restaurant Group Inc. of St. Augustine, 700 Florida A1A Beach Blvd., St. Augustine. Richard T. Worley is president and secretary and Gloria Worley is treasurer, both of St. Augustine, of Paradise Restaurant Group Inc. of St. Augustine.
Krispy Kreme Doughnut Corp., which just opened its Merrill Road shop, is preparing for two more Jacksonville locations.