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This Delectable Donut Shop Has Grown Tremendously -- Out of a Car Wash

Scott Levine started Underwest Donuts four years ago, and now has a second location at one of New York's busiest train stations.
Entrepreneur Staff
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1 min read

What do you think of when you picture the ideal location for a food business? Usually, it's a highly trafficked area, whether by pedestrians or vehicles, in the center of town. But, of course, there are always outliers.

One being Underwest Donuts, a 4-year-old business whose first location is inside a car wash on New York City's west side. It turns out, donuts and car washes are a great combination.

Related: Meet the Young Entrepreneur Who Operates 22 Bubble Tea Stores in Multiple States

In this edition of The Digest Live, Scott Levine, owner and chief donut maker at Underwest, talks about how the business ended up in a car wash, how its second location at the busy Penn Station changed the company and shows how his delicious donuts are made.

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