Hello, we’re your friendly neighbourhood donut and coffee shop in the Exchange! We serve handmade donuts that are made fresh each morning with our signature dough and house-made toppings and fillings along with quality drinks.
Brett, Dylan, and Meghan Zahari are the creators + owners of Bronuts Donuts. All three of them were born and raised in Winnipeg, love their community, and wanted to find a way to add something special to the everyday routine. So, Bronuts was born.
The reason for the name: Brett and Dylan are brothers (bro) making donuts (nuts). They’ve been going on adventures together since they were kids. They’ve since ditched their superhero costumes, but are having just as much fun running the bakery, along with Meghan.
Monday to Thursday: 7am – 2pm
Friday: 7am – 8pm
Saturday: 9am – 4pm
Special Hours for Jazz Fest!
Friday, June 16: 7am – 11pm
Saturday, June 17: 9am – 11pm
MEET THE TEAM
It’s quite the family-affair over here. On top of being family-run, the staff here feel like a family. Each person has an important role in making this place what it is. Despite the fact that we start at 3am and work long hours together, we usually spend our evenings and weekends together, too.
I'm a professional mess-maker and baking is my vehicle.
I oversee the café and finances. I’m known for chatting a lot, sleeping a little, and my in-depth knowledge of HP + LOTR trivia.
I look after special orders, social media, the administrative work, and everybody’s feelings.
I get paid to stand around and look cute.
I’m either singing at the dish pit or having profound thoughts at 3am.
Me make coffee, me talk to people, me breathe air.
4:20am glaze it.
Still trying to find a way to communicate while being over-caffeinated.
My work includes baking and laughing way too hard at jokes.
What I do at Bronuts? Whatever Isaiah tells me to.
Constant dancing and donut packing.
My life is pretty much donuts, X-Files, and cats.
Both of my grandmothers are named Sylvia.
*Insert clever remark about how great I am.*
When I'm around, morale is high and production is low.