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Meet ‘The Chew’ chef Michael Symon at opening of Grindstone Coffee and Donuts in Sag Harbor

Chef Michael Symon attends the 2016 Food Network

Chef Michael Symon attends the 2016 Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival on February 28, 2016 in Miami Beach, Florida. Photo Credit: Aaron Davidson / Getty Images for SOBEWFF®

Doughnut aficionados, take note: Monday is the opening of Grindstone Coffee and Donuts in Sag Harbor, selling brioche-style variations such as honey and vanilla bean glaze, blueberry lemon and creme brulee.

Doughnuts are made with a natural starter in a 48-hour fermentation process, care of owner/baker Kyle Shanahan, stepson of “The Chew” chef and Clevelander Michael Symon. Symon will be on premise handing out doughnuts Monday.

Symon had a hand in choosing the San Francisco-based Four Barrel Coffee as the house brand, a coffee-snob favorite for pronounced flavors and single origin, fair trade beans.

Glazed doughnuts costs $2.75 each, while specialty versions run $3. About eight variations will be available a day.

Grindstone will be open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. for now, with extended hours as the season progresses. A South Fork resident for several years, Shanahan says his shop will be open year-round.

7 Main St., Sag Harbor, 631-808-3370, grindstonecoffeeanddonuts.com

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