A small Endwell shop that developed a big following among fans of unique varieties of donuts has resumed operations.

The Endwell business is located on East Main Street between Shady Drive and Davis Avenue. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)

The Daylight Donuts store at 3208 East Main Street first opened in 2013. The place developed a loyal customer base but it closed following a reported falling-out between partners.

A Port Crane woman, Bonnie Bender, has reopened the shop. Bender, who had worked in food service for 30 years, said she started looking for a new opportunity last year. That's when friends told her about the business.

Bender said customers have greeted her enthusiastically over the past three weeks. She said her son and a baker who had previously worked at the shop make the donuts, getting started very early each morning.

Bender said the Elvis donut - which features peanut butter, banana and bacon - is one of the shop's most popular offerings.

The store is open six days a week. It's closed on Mondays.

A Daylight Donuts customer makes some choices on May 2, 2018. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)

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