The store, which is the fourth the brand has launched in the city, officially opened its doors at 6am on Thursday morning (11th August).
Ross Diamond was the lucky first customer to win the Krispy Kreme Gold Card, which will provide him with a free double dozen of doughnuts every month for a year.
The 17-year-old from Crookston queued from 10pm the previous night for the chance to be the first to try the new store's doughnuts.
The Central Station store joins the brand's other Glasgow outlets in Braehead, Silverburn and Buchanan Galleries, and will sell their signature Original Glazed doughnuts alongside 15 other varieties including the limited edition Nutella-filled doughnuts.
Krispy Kreme now has seven outlets in Scotland, with stores also being located in Aberdeen, Livingston and Edinburgh.