Brisbane’s favourite guilt-free doughnut and brunch spot has expanded with Nodo bringing its gluten-free doughnuts to Hawthorne.
The popular cafe unveiled its new location on Hawthorne Road, with its full range of brunch bites, coffee, and no-dough doughnuts available. Opening officially just before the Easter long weekend, the 50-seater Nodo Hawthorne cafe is situated the Two Sixty-Five micro-precinct on Hawthorne Road.
This is the fourth cafe location for the cult brand, with spots at Newstead, Camp Hill and Southbank already running hot, as well as a grab-and-go city store and kiosks at Carindale, Indooroopilly and Chermside.
Kate Williams launched Nodo in 2014, which has become quickly renowned for its delicious range of gluten-free, ‘baked not fried’ doughnuts and its nutritious brunch options such as house-made kimchi crumpets, a breakfast burger with free-range bacon, spinach, spring onion mayo and soft fried egg, and a new pumpkin-spiced latte smoothie bowl with macadamia granola. All served alongside a range of specialty coffee, cold-pressed juices, shakes, gluten-free bread and essential pantry items.
On top of fresh doughnuts, Nodo sells a whole range of at-home cooking supplies including moulds, gluten-free flour, sweeteners, thickening agents and more.
Nodo Hawthorne is open Monday to Sunday from 7am until 3pm.