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What's your favorite doughnut place?

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Chat' started by ACMike, Jun 24, 2015.

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  1. ACMike

    ACMike High-Roller

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    I love Donut Plant in NYC. The tres leches donuts are the bomb.
     
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    Have yet to have anything better than Dunkin Doughnuts but then again I don't try hard to find another place.
    I think cup cake places are the big thing now and doughnuts in general are losing traction.
     
  3. bdautch

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    I grew up in Tim Horton's territory, and I still haven't found anything that's topped it.
     
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    Krispy Kreme for me. I like my donuts, doughy, not cakey...except for Little Debbie Powdered Mini Donuts...I love those little cakey devils...lol.
     
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    Electroguy563 Over-Fried Gambler

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    I prefer doughy donuts also. I love "just made" Krispy Kremes but unfortunately there's none where I live. There's a bakery called Napoleons Bakery and they make these awesome chocolate centered doughnuts among other types.
     
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    Most definitely! Fresh warm glazed KK donuts...yuuuuuummy! I also like to put them in the toaster oven and get them nice and toasty...the top glazed portion will be crispy and the donut itself will be warm and soft...add a scoop of Bryer's Vanilla Ice Cream and it is nothing but yummy in the tummy!
     
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    Krispy Kreme for me. Light, airy and just enough glaze to not be too sweet. Love them with my coffee
     
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    I have yet to meet a donut that didn't want me to eat it. Mmmmm donuts!
     
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    Mmmmmmm donuts Timmy's Nuttella pastry pockets!
     
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    New Orleans 7* retreat. Food, food, and more food . . . .
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    That was a great article and ive read it before. I believe westie posted it in his tr awhile back. Visiting this shop is on my to do list.
     
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    Liliha Bakery is awesome, not only for doughnuts but for all kinds of pastry! Those choco-filled cream puffs are to die for!

    I could eat dozens of these things also but alas, my blood sugar is all messed up so I can only indulge in one or two every now and then. :cry:
     
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    As a guy who grew up and still lives in Dunkin Donuts land, whenever I'm fortunate enough to be near a Tim Horton's I make a point to stop in. Or when landing in Canada there's usually one right outside of Customs and Immigration! Gotta immediately get my Timbits fix! Great coffee too!
     
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    Star Bakery...in my neck of the woods. Always, always fresh. More known place would be Krispy Kreme...
     
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    There's a locally owned bakery in town, Daube's, amazing donuts, cakes and pastries. A little spendy but they are amazing! So if anyone is ever visiting Rochester, MN look them up!
     
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    If we are talking Vegas, it would have to be O Face Donuts at 124 S. 6th Street, downtown.
     
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    The place where whoever's buying went.
     
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    In the famous words of Homer Simpson, "Mmmmm....do-nuts!" OK, somebody already posted, but, I concur. Having just reached the age of becoming an AARP member, I would have to say that Dunkin' Donuts would be my favorite. Buy a coffee, get a free donut. I do like the KK, as well. Who remembers Winchell's? Used to love their lemon meringue filled donuts. I typically do not buy them, and I typically do not buy coffee from an outlet, except when in Las Vegas. I go across the street from the Golden Nugget, to the Fremont and buy my X-L coffee while the rest of the folks I am with are still sleeping (bad habit of waking up early every day of my life.) Now, I am going to get to enjoy a pre-breakfast donut. Whoo hoo! August, is my first opportunity to get a freebie.
     
  20. queuetee

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    I live in Dunkin Donut land---founded here and there is one on every street corner. Love their coffee, but hate their donuts. We buy at some local independent donut shops and they are good.
     
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