Tag Archives: Doughnuts

Dunkin’ Donuts Slashed Its Menu — Did Your Favorite Item Survive the Purge?

Source: Grub Street NY

Dunkin’ Donuts, you might recall, is in the process of decluttering. Things that didn’t land in the “Keep Me” pile include half of the name (buh-bye “Donuts”) and a bunch of the chain’s food options, part of an effort to market Dunkin’ as “a beverage-led brand and coffee …

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Next to an East Cobb gas station, Marietta Donuts serves up fresh yeast doughnuts and apple fritters

Source: Atlanta Magazine

An assortment from Marietta DonutsPhotograph by Lia Picard Two years ago Sokcheat Heng, the owner of Marietta Donuts, left Battambang, Cambodia for Boston with hopes of becoming a successful entrepreneur in the U.S. He had owned a home supply business in Cambodia but liked doughnuts and knew that his friends in Atlanta could help him learn how to make them. While living in Boston he met his girlfriend and business partner, Sophal Chhim, and together they packed up and moved to East Cobb. Friends had scouted out a storefront adjacent to a Shell gas station at the busy intersection of ...

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You need to try the hot, fresh cake doughnuts at Duck Donuts

Source: Atlanta Magazine

An assortment of “classics” at Duck DonutsPhotograph by Jennifer Zyman. With what feels like a new shop opening every other month, Atlanta’s doughnut craze shows no sign of slowing down. One of the newest to open is national franchise Duck Donuts. The brand was founded in North Carolina’s Outer Banks (in the town of Duck, hence the name) by Russ DiGilio in 2006. In the past decade, the company has grown to include 100 stores along the East Coast, the most recent being in Buckhead’s Tuxedo Festival shopping center. (Another store is set to open soon in Toco Hills.) But ...

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Coffee-Obsessed Billionaire Family Might Buy Dunkin’ Donuts

Source: Grub Street NY

The tight-lipped multinational company that owns Panera BreadKrispy Kreme, and like a dozen other chains is reportedly now eyeing Dunkin’ Donuts. JAB Holding, the privately held investment arm of four very reclusive German billionaire siblings, has been steadily amassing a coffee-and-pastry empire since gobbling up …

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8 Insta-Worthy Treats That Will Make You So Glad It’s Finally Fall

Source: Washingtonian Food

Trick or treat. Artfully spooky at Georgetown Cupcakes. À la mode. A perfect way to fill the doughnut gap. Bad puns forgiven. For the indecisive. Kooky eyes. A peak fall ‘gram. You can’t go wrong. Get Our Weekend Newsletter The best DC news, delivered straight to your inbox. Or, see all of our newsletters. By […]

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Sugar Shack Opens In Shaw on Friday With Free Doughnuts

Source: Washingtonian Food

What is better than a doughnut? A warm doughnut. At midnight. That’s what you’ll find at Sugar Shack Donuts and Coffee, which opens in Shaw on August 18. This is the twelfth outpost for the Virginia-based chain, but the first one with late-night hours and equipment to keep at least some of the doughnuts nice […]

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14 Must-Try Donuts At the Jersey Shore

Source: Philadelphia Magazine » Foobooz

Frog Hollow Bakery in Greenfield | Photograph by Jason Varney

Whether you like your donuts cake-y or light as air, tossed simply in sugar or smothered in a candy-colored glaze, everyone pretty much agrees that hot donuts during a weekend at the shore are one of life’s little pleasures.

Shore Good Donuts
Long Beach Island

Wacky flavor combinations and choose-your-own toppings have earned this place an evangelical following since its opening in 2011. But don’t let the Instagram-worthiness fool you: These showstoppers would be delish even if they weren’t all dressed up. 

The must-order: Anything that’s a special — Key ...

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Sublime Doughnuts wants to know: “Will it Doughnut?”

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Kamal Grant asks viewers: “Will it doughnut?”Screenshot via YouTube/Used with permission of Sublime Doughnuts. Sublime Doughnuts owner Kamal Grant has always been a true kid at heart. When his funky doughnut boutique opened on the Westside in 2008, Grant showed Atlanta that there were no hard and fast rules to doughnut making. If he wanted to make an “A-“shaped doughnut called the “A-town” instead of a standard Boston cream variety, he damn well would. What followed is a pretty sweet love story between Atlanta and Grant, who continues to grow his business not only in Atlanta, but internationally. Along with the ...

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Sublime Doughnuts wants to know: “Will it Doughnut?”

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Kamal Grant asks viewers: “Will it doughnut?”Screenshot via YouTube/Used with permission of Sublime Doughnuts. Sublime Doughnuts owner Kamal Grant has always been a true kid at heart. When his funky doughnut boutique opened on the Westside in 2008, Grant showed Atlanta that there were no hard and fast rules to doughnut making. If he wanted to make an “A-“shaped doughnut called the “A-town” instead of a standard Boston cream variety, he damn well would. What followed is a pretty sweet love story between Atlanta and Grant, who continues to grow his business not only in Atlanta, but internationally. Along with the ...

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Where to Eat Pączki in New York City

Source: Grub Street NY

New York’s doughnut scene is clearly thriving, and it’s not without quality spots to satisfy a pierogi fix. But while the city’s food culture owes a major debt to Poland’s Jewish cuisine, pączki — fat doughnuts typically served this time of year — have never found …

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We’re busting our diet at this Marietta doughnut shop

Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution

Daily Donuts opened last year in Marietta. Its Old Fashioned Doughnut (at bottom left), is a sour cream cake doughnut that ranks high in texture and taste.

DISH OF THE WEEK: Old Fashioned Doughnut from Daily Donuts

When we’re rushed for time, on the drive to work and in need of a morning sugar spike, Dunkin’ Donuts or Krispy Kreme suffices. But mom-and-pop doughnut shops? Man, they are the best.

At Daily Donuts, which opened in Marietta last year, everything is fresh and delicious. Whether yeast-risen or made from a cake batter, the doughnuts here are remarkably moist. Glazes are smooth ...

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Atlanta dining deal: free doughnuts in Buckhead tomorrow

Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution

Buy one, get one free doughnut at Bon Glaze in Buckhead. Photo credit: Sara Hanna.

What’s better than one doughnut? Two. To celebrate its grand opening, Bon Glaze doughnut shop will host a party with a ribbon-cutting, free prizes from Lyft and buy one, get one free doughnuts from 1-3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 3. Classic flavors such as vanilla bean or chocolate glazed will be available as well gourmet concoctions like bacon butterscotch, espresso cream and chocolate pistachio.
3794 Roswell Road N.E., Atlanta. 470-428-2569, bonglaze.com.

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Doughnut Plant’s New Inception-Style Pastry Will Light Up Your Instagram

Source: Grub Street NY

At his 22-year-old bakery, Mark Israel makes some of the city’s greatest doughnuts, and tomorrow at 11 a.m., he’s launching his latest creation: “the Ripple.” The three-layer megadoughnut boasts a ripple of complimentary flavor, all married together. The monstrosity, only available at Doughnut Plant‘s Chelsea location, …

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The quiet dominance of Sarah Donuts

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Sarah Donuts has shops in Duluth, Johns Creek, Norcross, and Suwanee.Photograph by Caroline C. Kilgore If you think lovingly crafted, Instagram-worthy doughnuts are fairly new to Atlanta, think again. Foodies in the know have been getting made-from-scratch doughnuts for more than a decade from Sarah Donuts, a family-owned business that recently opened its fourth location in the metro area (in Suwanee). Jong Park’s family started making doughnuts more than 30 years ago in Texas, opening their first Atlanta-area shop—called Sara Donuts—in 2004 in Duluth. There, as at all of the bakeries, the doughnuts are made with as little mechanical help ...

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The quiet dominance of Sarah Donuts

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Sarah Donuts has shops in Duluth, Johns Creek, Norcross, and Suwanee.Photograph by Caroline C. Kilgore If you think lovingly crafted, Instagram-worthy doughnuts are fairly new to Atlanta, think again. Foodies in the know have been getting made-from-scratch doughnuts for more than a decade from Sarah Donuts, a family-owned business that recently opened its fourth location in the metro area (in Suwanee). Jong Park’s family started making doughnuts more than 30 years ago in Texas, opening their first Atlanta-area shop—called Sara Donuts—in 2004 in Duluth. There, as at all of the bakeries, the doughnuts are made with as little mechanical help ...

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The quiet dominance of Sarah Donuts

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Sarah Donuts has shops in Duluth, Johns Creek, Norcross, and Suwanee.Photograph by Caroline C. Kilgore If you think lovingly crafted, Instagram-worthy doughnuts are fairly new to Atlanta, think again. Foodies in the know have been getting made-from-scratch doughnuts for more than a decade from Sarah Donuts, a family-owned business that recently opened its fourth location in the metro area (in Suwanee). Jong Park’s family started making doughnuts more than 30 years ago in Texas, opening their first Atlanta-area shop—called Sara Donuts—in 2004 in Duluth. There, as at all of the bakeries, the doughnuts are made with as little mechanical help ...

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The quiet dominance of Sarah Donuts

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Sarah Donuts has shops in Duluth, Johns Creek, Norcross, and Suwanee.Photograph by Caroline C. Kilgore If you think lovingly crafted, Instagram-worthy doughnuts are fairly new to Atlanta, think again. Foodies in the know have been getting made-from-scratch doughnuts for more than a decade from Sarah Donuts, a family-owned business that recently opened its fourth location in the metro area (in Suwanee). Jong Park’s family started making doughnuts more than 30 years ago in Texas, opening their first Atlanta-area shop—called Sara Donuts—in 2004 in Duluth. There, as at all of the bakeries, the doughnuts are made with as little mechanical help ...

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The quiet dominance of Sarah Donuts

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Sarah Donuts has shops in Duluth, Johns Creek, Norcross, and Suwanee.Photograph by Caroline C. Kilgore If you think lovingly crafted, Instagram-worthy doughnuts are fairly new to Atlanta, think again. Foodies in the know have been getting made-from-scratch doughnuts for more than a decade from Sarah Donuts, a family-owned business that recently opened its fourth location in the metro area (in Suwanee). Jong Park’s family started making doughnuts more than 30 years ago in Texas, opening their first Atlanta-area shop—called Sara Donuts—in 2004 in Duluth. There, as at all of the bakeries, the doughnuts are made with as little mechanical help ...

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The quiet dominance of Sarah Donuts

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Sarah Donuts has shops in Duluth, Johns Creek, Norcross, and Suwanee.Photograph by Caroline C. Kilgore If you think lovingly crafted, Instagram-worthy doughnuts are fairly new to Atlanta, think again. Foodies in the know have been getting made-from-scratch doughnuts for more than a decade from Sarah Donuts, a family-owned business that recently opened its fourth location in the metro area (in Suwanee). Jong Park’s family started making doughnuts more than 30 years ago in Texas, opening their first Atlanta-area shop—called Sara Donuts—in 2004 in Duluth. There, as at all of the bakeries, the doughnuts are made with as little mechanical help ...

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The quiet dominance of Sarah Donuts

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Sarah Donuts has shops in Duluth, Johns Creek, Norcross, and Suwanee.Photograph by Caroline C. Kilgore If you think lovingly crafted, Instagram-worthy doughnuts are fairly new to Atlanta, think again. Foodies in the know have been getting made-from-scratch doughnuts for more than a decade from Sarah Donuts, a family-owned business that recently opened its fourth location in the metro area (in Suwanee). Jong Park’s family started making doughnuts more than 30 years ago in Texas, opening their first Atlanta-area shop—called Sara Donuts—in 2004 in Duluth. There, as at all of the bakeries, the doughnuts are made with as little mechanical help ...

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