Foley — OWA, the ever-growing resort destination, recently welcomed its newest addition: Crazy Donuts. Now open to the public, Crazy Donuts will host their official Grand Opening with free samples, …
Foley — OWA, the ever-growing resort destination, recently welcomed its newest addition: Crazy Donuts. Now open to the public, Crazy Donuts will host their official Grand Opening with free samples, giveaways, and more on June 23-24, 2018 from 10am-10pm.
Part of the local Sassy Bass family of brands, Crazy Donuts puts a unique spin on their dishes. Don’t let the name confuse you, as they are touted as a donut restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner — it’s not just your typical dessert shop — that offers more than 28 different entrees, all with a donut in every meal.
“Crazy Donuts offers guests a fun change of pace from your typical restaurant, and we are so happy to welcome their team to the OWA family,” said Greg Rawls, Director of Business Development for OWA. “Their eclectic and creative menu adds a special flair to the OWA experience that we know guests will love time and time again.”
Crazy Donuts’ menu ranges from unbelievable to unpredictable. Entrees like the infamous “Flat Line” with two burger patties, candied bacon, cheese and pickles, or the “Crabby” with a grilled crab cake, creamy crab sauce, and diced scallions keep the hungry guests coming back for more each day. Frohlich says he and his team work daily to serve up new, edgy and creative dishes, so there’s always a surprise in store at this “crazy” new restaurant.
"Working with OWA's team, we quickly learned about their high standards in design and dedication to finding unique tenants to achieve the vision of the complex,” said Mark Frohlich, owner of Crazy Donuts. “As we were developing Crazy Donuts, OWA immediately felt like the perfect fit for our new concept.”
To learn more about OWA, its tenants, amusement park or amenities, go to VisitOWA.com.
About OWA® OWA has become known as a world-class entertainment destination owned and operated by the Poarch Band of Creek Indians. Its authentic design celebrates the destinations rural roots and the area’s natural beauty. The name OWA, which translates to “big water” in the Muscogee Creek language, was inspired by the 14-acre lake at the center of this unique development. OWA has the feel of a small Southern town that evolved through time with distinct districts, such as Downtown OWA and “The Park at OWA,” its amusement park.
OWA’s 150-room Marriott TownePlace Suites is now open to the public, as well as its 14-acre amusement park. The Park at OWA features more than 20 rides, in-park dining, and a variety of midway games. Enjoy retail and dining amenities admission-free in Downtown OWA. Check VisitOWA.com for full details and the latest events.