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Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2003/12/18 11:42:08
Oh my God !!! I love Mike's. This is soooo sad !!!
Double Cheeseburger
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2003/12/18 11:48:40
Shoot...I was going to try Mike's when I was in the Cape last summer, but never had a chance to drive out there (which I especially wanted to do after the "what the hell are you doing in Everett?" thread piqued my curiosity).
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2003/12/18 11:53:06
Originally posted by johnnym

Mike's in Everett, Mass, I was in there a week ago and the lady behind the counter announced that they are closing. the rumor is...ANOTHER Dunkin Donuts.
Very sad.

Junior Burger
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2003/12/18 13:10:55
Having grown up in New Bedford Mass, and having Krispy Kreme come into my grown-up state of Connecticut in the last year (they're even in the casino now!), I can honestly say that absolutely NOTHING compares to a vanilla cream donut from Ma's Donuts on Acushnet Avenue in the North end of New Bedford! a bite into them was pure heaven. i still dream about Ma's Donuts!!!
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2003/12/18 13:16:58
Best Hometown Donut? Here it's Marges Donut Den on 28th Street in Wyoming Michigan!
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2003/12/18 13:20:24
Originally posted by lvw

Ok. I'll bite. What are Indian donuts? And are Chinese krullers anything like the wonderful buttery coconut buns I get here in Chinatown? Mmmm...coconut buns...


No, Chinese crullers are sticks of long fried dough that are slightly salty. We add cut them up and dunk them in our rice congee or sweet mung bean porridge or eat them as is!
Junior Burger
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2004/01/12 10:21:06
Originally posted by 4fish

I have to say that I've never understood the fuss about Krispy Kreme donuts, either, but then I've always preferred cake donuts to the raised variety. Here in La Crosse, Wisconsin, the best donuts to be had are at Mr. D's at State Street and West Ave. They're big, around five inches across, crispy brown on the outside and tender inside, and come with a variety of glazes and toppings. Mmm, mmm, good!

Amen, I've had Art send me a box to work in NYC.....even the KK people in the office (and I understand donut choice is a religious matter) admitted that Mr. D's is the best....
Junior Burger
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2004/07/24 12:11:10
Krispy Kremes are overrated. They taste like you are eating a powder puff with no flavor. UGH! Is this the best the south has to offer?

The best doughnuts are found at Deisings in Kingston, NY. Krispy Kreme makers take note-you need to visit there to make doughnuts right. They are flavorful, fresh, and they taste like they have some substance.

Tristan Indiana
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2004/07/24 13:00:40
My favorites in central Indiana:

Linnies Bakery in Shelbyville - grew up with these, along with Spudnuts.

Mr Freshie in Rushville - recently reopened to new owners with continued help from the original owner.
Junior Burger
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2004/07/24 17:26:48
looks like my native massachusetts is the nation's donut capital. and towards that end, there's a little donut house in westport that supposed to make the n'est plus ultra of donuts, a "long john" which is an elongated, yeast donut, split, and filled with creme and a dollup of raspberry jam. they've even been written up in gourment magazine and other high falutin' foodie publications. but i cant remember the name of the place, maybe someone else knows where i'm talking about.
Mr. Spudnut
Junior Burger
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2004/07/24 21:01:45
Has anyone tried Churros hot out of the frier on those push carts ? Now those are great even cold. Rolled in cinnamon sugar. Great with a good cup 'o' java.
Still, Mr. Spudnuts the best commercial donut in the world!!!!!!
Mr. Spudnut
Junior Burger
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2004/07/24 21:06:05
In Westport, Ma. is it Perry's or Butlers Colonial ???
Steven Link
Junior Burger
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2004/07/26 08:22:37
Hi this is my first post here, I'm new here! I dont know if anyone already suggested this (how do you read thru a whole discussion without clicking again and again on a new page way to show everything on one page?) but my fravorite breakfast is Coffee And in Westport, CT, which was a great discovery of the sterns, and one of the reasons I found my way to this forum!

awesome chocolate donuts! good eggs and such! you have to go!
Filet Mignon
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2004/07/26 10:09:34
I don't know whether local donut places haven't sprung up here because of Krispy Kreme--it's a big new thing to the rest of the country but in the 35 years I've lived in SC I don't ever remember not having them--but we really don't have a local fabulous donut. Bakeries with cake and pie and such, sure, but not donuts. I envy you Massachusettsians, or whatever.

I like KK fine--we go there about every three months or so--but the one thing that I miss, like a lot of posters have noted here, is a good cake donut--KK's is no good. The only one I've ever had anywhere that I really remembered was at World's Best Donuts in Grand Marais, MN. Fabulous plain cake and granulated-sugar covered little knots, and great uncomplicated 50 cent coffee too. They also have bear claws and jelly-filled long johns and such, but it's the simple plain ones I love the best. Plus the tiny inside is covered with pictures of places all over the world that people have hauled their WBD coffee mugs and taken pictures to send back.
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2004/08/05 16:04:28
In Danville IL we have two local places, Arnholts and Royal Donut.
Arnholts is a full line bakery, Royal Donut is an ex Mr Donut guy with 2 locations. I get the Arnholt'd fresh ever am at the local Speedway Station. If you go into Arnholt's you would be thought of as a social climber. At The Speedway(South side of the Bridge next to Mickey D's)we are an odd lot of the local oldtimers and young sprouts. Next time you're near here take the Gilbert St exit north to the fist Speedway we start assembling at 6 am and are gone by (am
Junior Burger
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2004/08/10 02:03:43
Originally posted by Mr. Spudnut

In Westport, Ma. is it Perry's or Butlers Colonial ???

having done a bit more research, you're correct, it is indeed butlers. cant wait to get there one of these days!
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2004/08/11 10:04:16
My favorite local shop for doughnuts is McEntyre's Bakery in Smyrna, Georgia (suburban Atlanta). The owner and his sons are third and fourth generation bakers. They know their craft. Actually their cinnamon fries are their most popular item - very tasty, especially when the tray is still warm. Glazed doughnuts are wonderful here.

My favorite memory around doughnuts is from the Spudnut franchise in my hometown of Farmington, New Mexico. One of my absolute favorite childhood memories (from the 1950s)is of going into the Spudnut Shop, taking a warm maple spudnut off the tray by the door and going to the counter to eat it. They were still in operation when I moved from New Mexico to Georgia in 1982.
Double Cheeseburger
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2004/08/11 13:39:47
Butler's is great. have to wait for it to get cooler though for the cream donuts.
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2004/08/22 14:54:32
Sunrise donuts or a very similar but lesser location Donut star in MN, very big/good donuts all fresh baked that morning. Use to go everyday in the summer, the lady who owns the place, and it the only person who works there would reconize me and give me a special discount and my special order.
Junior Burger
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2004/08/24 14:32:36
My all time favorite donut is still Dunkin Doughnuts....the one with the chocolate in the middle...yum!

Krispy Kremes are pretty light but just not the same as Dunkin Doughnuts....I recently discovered a Carvel ice cream place here in Ca...who knows...maybe Dunkin Doughnuts isn't far behind!!!

Junior Burger
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2005/09/21 17:58:04
I just want to suggest that anyone coming to eastern Ohio or western PA should make the pilgrimage to Orams.
A single Cinnamon Roll will feed a family of four and the Raspberry filled (Chocolate cake and icing) is to die for.
Originally posted by jm199

I just posted on another discussion board regarding the zen donuts of ORAM's donuts, of Beaver Falls, PA. Where else can you get donuts with key lime fillng, or ones rolled in crushed pecans or toasted coconut? Check out their website at

They make Krispy Kremes taste like wallboard, and Orams are twice the size. Their world famous Cinnamon Rolls are called hubcaps by the locals, and are only 75 cents each. I drive 45 miles for these donuts, and always buy at least five dozen each time. They are simply marvelous!!!!

mr chips
Filet Mignon
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2005/09/22 00:33:59
Come to Portland, Oregon and enjoy Annie"s Donuts in N.E. Portland and Sesame Donuts on the west side in Raleigh Hills. Both are very good places.
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2005/09/22 09:00:52
I haven't found good doughnuts in DC yet (except at Wegman's, but I can't keep plugging Wegman' people will think I work there)

But, in my hometown of Syracuse, NY, my favorite doughnuts were at Harrison's Bakery on West Genessee Street (on Syracuse's far West Side). (They also have some of the best pastries)

also, Community Bakery on Butternut Street; Patrician's Snowflake Bakery on East Fayettte St.; and Geddes Bakery on Main Street (N.Syr.)

Junior Burger
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2005/11/21 21:21:37
well since i know the donut well i would have to say butlers donuts in westport r amazing.but to be fair i will say mikes is a great donut also.but if u want the worlds finest mmmmmmmm so good donut u need to have a long john. i know that there are new owners but the donuts are just as well as ever no change in the recipies and that they are trying to find a spot to start a chain. no word on if this is happening soon or not but they will be expanding and other good news is there makin efforts in having longjohns all year so that should be great. also they make what is called a apple fritter which i will say maybe better then the longjohn its a heap of raised dough choped with apple and cinnimon toped with there own glaze mmmmm i wont lie it may be better then the long john.
Junior Burger
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2005/12/18 00:37:57
Has anyone been to Adams Donut in Greenfield, MA? They've been there for decades and make their donuts from scratch. Their raised donuts are incredible. It's a quaint coffee & donut shop about 1/2 hour north of Northampton, MA. It has Atkins Farm & Krispy Kreme beat.
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2005/12/18 15:43:04
My favorite local-- Harper's Bluebonnet Bakery on Camp Bowie in Fort Worth. I love their sour cream dounts (prefer a cake donut).
Growing up it seems there was a Swiss Maid in Mesquite, Tx? They were a chain.

KK is okay-- but way to sweet for me. Plus BB is one block from my house.
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2005/12/18 21:41:46
if you get to marhta's vineyard find humphry's for some of the best fresh made non chain donuts around. haven't been there in a couple of years and here that there maybe some problems since the old man passed away but if it's still there it's really good.
Junior Burger
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2006/05/29 12:07:51
I've traveled quite a bit of the U.S. constantly looking for the ultimate donut. Result: OB-CO's Donuts on Fischer Blvd, Toms River, New Jersey. A real treat down at the Jersey Shore.
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2006/05/30 18:22:36
I'm reminded of a story about Cincinnati's local Busken's Bakery stores.

My wife is a nurse at Shriners Hospitals for Children - Cincinnati Burn Unit. She's been there for 21 years. Since our son has been in school, she's cut back to 3-11 p.m., three evenings a week, but she used to work 3 p.m.-3 a.m. three times a week.

During those days, every so often, somebody would delay their lunch (or dinner or whatever you call the meal you eat at 10 at night)and run out to Busken's main location, at Madison & Edwards Roads in Hyde Park, which is open 24 hours. They knew that, if they got there at 1 a.m., the first batch of glazed donuts was just finished cooking and glazing and was being put out for sale. They'd have warm donuts as a snack.

Vickie came to love Krispie Kreme, and laments the closing of our local chain. But in her memories, those late-in-the-shift beauties from Busken are the best donuts she remembers.
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2006/05/31 14:31:10
I remember when I worked at Drug Emporium in Hyde Park...that I used to go to Busken every morning for breakfast. The doughnuts were the best and I remember when they made the cake for our 1st anniversary that was in 1994. Ahhh.....memories..
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2006/06/06 14:51:28
The Maple Donuts chain in central PA is pretty darn good, as is the Shipley Donuts chain in southeast Texas. Dunkin' Donuts is still my favorite, though.
Junior Burger
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RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2006/07/05 16:21:58
Spudnuts on Avon St. in Charlottesville VA for awesome blueberry and chocolate covered glazed. They advertise being open for breakfast and lunch but are typically sold out by about 9:00 am.

KK was here, but had the audacity to say we weren't a "donut town", whatever that is. They just couldn't compeat.

Junior Burger
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2006/07/10 05:46:15

I love to drink coffee with burger,it wil be really tasty ,i like to have chocolate coffee with cream which wil fill my stomach in the morning break fast.
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2006/07/10 08:41:58
Is Murray's donuts still open and doing business?
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2006/07/11 03:15:03
Originally posted by roadrash

The Maple Donuts chain in central PA is pretty darn good, as is the Shipley Donuts chain in southeast Texas. Dunkin' Donuts is still my favorite, though.
Shipley is based here in Houston (1936) and still family owned. The founder devised a recipe which included unflavored gelatin added to the dough to make the doughnuts lighter than others; unfortunately, it also meant they absorbed more grease. Warm, they're what I've been eating all my life and they're what doughnuts are supposed to taste like, but at room temp they can be pretty awful.

The chain has spread to several southern states.

When I worked near another donut chain now long gone whose name I can't remember, I liked their crullers and cake donuts better and didn't go to Shipley for a long time. I mostly go to Shipley for sausage and cheese kolaches on the rare occasion I leave the house before 10:30am; over the years they've grown and now are almost the size of a hot dog. 2 of them make a good breakfast-on-the-go. I usually can't pass up a donut, maybe filled or iced, or a fritter, but I would hardly ever go there if it weren't for the sausage and cheese kolaches. My favorite breakfast pastry would actually be a cheese or poppy seed or fruit kolache, not a donut.

The coffee at Shipley is very weak.
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2006/07/11 16:38:17
KK opened in central CT a while back to traffic jams and huge publicity. Lots of smiling youngsters. Then, nothing. No hype...just lots of New Englanders used to excellent local donuts staying away in droves. The place may have closed. No more lines.

Personally, I find KK much too sweet and almost totally lacking in taste. May be a Southern thing, as one poster noted above.

I too prefer cake-type or old fashioned donuts that just seem to compliment a good cup of coffee. I'll even give credit to DD...years ago before they discovered the "wisdom" of having their products produced en masse at a central commissary, they actually made donuts in each shop. Their "Dunkin' Donut" (with a handle for dunking) was terrific...crispy on the outside and cakey on the inside with lots of vanilla/nutmeg flavor. Same for their crullers. Now, their "sticks" stink. Mass produced yuck. Fortunately, New England has quite a few locals that still know what a donut is supposed to taste like.
Junior Burger
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2006/09/01 22:09:10
On the coast of North Carolina, well below the Outer Banks and just outside of Wilmington, lies the resort town of Carolina Beach. As property values continue to rise, one wonders how much longer the small and somewhat seedy boardwalk can hold onto its unreconstructed honky-tonk hangers-on which include everything from bumper-cars to tattoo parlors. One of the oldest and best-loved of these businesses is Britt's Doughnuts (at #11, the Boardwalk). Made here in the same way since 1939, Britt's doughnuts are a throwback to a time before rosepetal glazes or chipotle-chocolate fillings could be taken seriously. This is a glazed yeast-raised doughnut, but approaches the product in a manner which predates and differs markedly from that of the famous chain of Winston-Salem.

The doughnut is a bit larger and definitely more substantial than a Krispy Kreme. One bites through a glazed and crispy brown exterior to a chewier, more substantial interior. The sugar, the crunchy surface, and this creamy marrow remain on the tongue long enough to meld together into the sort of archetypal pastry experience knowing locals travel far for. Rather than dissolve at once in a pouf of sugary fat, Britt's doughnut allows sufficient time for appreciation and finishes as a pastry should: bread-based - not oil, sugar or air.

Britt's is only open in season (spring and summer) and is a pleasant thirty minute drive from Wilmington's riverfront.
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2006/09/11 23:18:37
Originally posted by Tristan Indiana

My favorites in central Indiana:

Linnies Bakery in Shelbyville - grew up with these, along with Spudnuts.

Mr Freshie in Rushville - recently reopened to new owners with continued help from the original owner.

Was back in Indianapolis in July (I live in New Mexico now). If you go to Indianapolis sometimes, try Long's Bakery on Southport Road, a short distance east of the tracks. I grew up eating their donuts and other goodies (my dad would often get donuts or rolls there after church), but hadn't been there in 20 years.

During our visit,a friend of ours took us over there to grab goodies for breakfast (coffee was going to be at Starbucks). Amazing Danish, yeast donuts, cookies, and cinnamon pinwheels (thin and crispy). Now I know why I've never been a fan of chain donuts; I got spoiled when I was a kid.
Junior Burger
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2006/09/29 22:48:10
All KKs in Arizona have closed.
Vince Macek
Double Cheeseburger
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2006/09/30 08:23:03
There's a little bakery/restaurant called Duck's Cosmic Kitchen in Avondale Estates, east of Decatur, east of Atlanta, that makes cake doughnuts the like of which I've never seen - dissolve-in-the-mouth light, with a full, slightly citrusy flavor. They open late mornings, however, so having those doughnuts first thing in the day takes some planning.
Ranger Steve
Junior Burger
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2007/02/02 21:01:59
After seven years of owning a computer, I realized the other day that I was finally getting bored with it. Then I found this site. It has restored my faith in the internet.

Anyway, there's a farm/orchard here in Oldwick, New Jersey called Melick's Town Farm. It's a produce stand and bakery. Their baked goods are excellent, and the donuts are exactly what God had in mind when he invented them. They're on Rt 523, just north of I-78. Unfortunately, since they're firstly a produce stand, they're only open from April 1 thru November. Only two more months away, as I write this.
mr chips
Filet Mignon
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2007/02/03 12:55:13
Another great spot for donuts in Portland, Oregon is Voodoo Donuts in downtown Portland. My favorite is the bacon-maple with two strips of bacon on it.
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2007/03/26 21:40:47
Suzy-Jo donuts in Bridgeport Pennsylvania has great donuts. Puts KK and DD to shame.
Junior Burger
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2007/04/02 05:45:24
I think thats a tough competition indeed....

Well there will be as such the products are

in demand too


RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2007/04/03 16:00:12
Johnson City, TN has a Daylight Donuts that blows KK out of the water.
Junior Burger
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2007/04/05 11:42:27
We have a spot in St. Cloud, Fl called the Sip n Dip. Nothing fancy about it, I have passed it several times. I need to stop in and see if they are any good. Anyone else ever tried them?
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2007/04/05 13:23:53
Here in the "Wiregrass" area in southeast Alabama,LOYLESS DOUGHNUTS rule ! I adore Krispy Kreme doughnuts,but,LOYLESS is a locally owned delicacy that is beyond compare in the Dothan,AL. doughnut world.
Junior Burger
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2007/05/10 21:37:47
Anyone know any good local shops in Philadelphia?
Junior Burger
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2007/06/14 02:50:08
In the Hendersonville, NC area-try Doughboy's for fresh,home made donuts..............especially the "sour cream" ones!!
Filet Mignon
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2007/08/16 18:59:38
I've talked up World's Best Donuts in Grand Marais, MN elsewhere and I just got back from a pilgrimage, so I thought I'd show what I was talking about. Cute little shop:

where three shelves of mug racks hold locals' cups (I was there for a local coming in for an order and forgetting they don't take debit, so the lady wrote down his tab and said come back later):

and the goodies themselves. The bags are day-old cinnamon cake, which I still aim to try to make bread pudding out of one of these days.
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2007/08/30 19:20:12
Does anyone remember a Mr. Donut at Roosevelt Field Mall - this would have been in the early '60s when it was still open air.
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2007/08/31 20:57:43
Leon's Donuts, Tyndall Parkway, Parker, FL

Not the prettiest building to look at, but some REALLY good donuts.
That long john weighed about 12 oz, and was filled when I ordered it.
The sour cream donuts were, dense and perfect for the next morning to dunkin my coffee

RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2007/08/31 21:41:55
Originally posted by RockyF

I prefer a cakier, less sweet and greasy doughnut. When I lived in Boston, I bought cider doughnuts in season, I believe from the aforementioned Atkins Farm, on Tuesdays and Fridays at the Copley Square Farmers' Market. I still try to pick some up when I'm back visiting. I regret being unable to find anything like them here in Santa Fe, but there are certainly more choices here for breakfast burritos (oops, wrong topic).

Mike's in Everett did always have a good reputation, but I never tried them, even when I would go by while taking the back route between Cambridge/Somerville and the airport.

Russell (formerly Goodale) Orchards in Ipswich makes an excellent cider donut, and fans of Mikes should check out Marty's in the same town.

I recently moved from the North Shore of MA to Central CT. So far I've been pretty impressed with the offerings from the Whole Donut chain.

And as far as KK goes, I haven't had them hot, but they weren't any worse cold than what DD puts out. I think New Englanders are just too parochial to allow themselves to like anything made by a Southern chain!
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2007/09/14 11:24:34
Grebe's Bakery in Milwaukee WI has incredibly good danish and a nice selection of donuts. The long johns have a sensual feel, the crispy crust over the softly yielding interior. The glazed croissants are possibly the lightest donuts I've ever tasted. The fist-sized apple fritters are the most substantial I've ever had; just one is a meal.

Favorite childhood donut shop, probably long closed-- A1 Pizzeria and Donut Shop in Wickcliff OH. Their choclate frosted/coconut covered donut was perfection.
Junior Burger
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2007/09/15 16:46:12
My favorite donuts have to be from the Homestead in Unity, ME. Good old fashioned cakey donuts, just the perfect amount of crispness on the outside. The chocolate or molasses ones are worth the drive if you're in the Mid-Maine area, just get there early so you get them fresh.
Junior Burger
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2007/09/15 18:56:28
The Donut Bank in Evansville In has great donuts and pastries. They are locally owned and have 6 stores that do a great business. KK opened here about 5 years ago with much fanfare, didn't hurt their business at all. They are about the best in this area.
Double Cheeseburger
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2007/09/15 19:31:58
My absolute favorite donuts are from Earl's in Chatsworth, CA, which we reviewed on this site -- and which was also quoted last year by another food site as being reviewed by the Sterns, though I wonder if Jane and Michael ever visited there. Living in CT, however, I must get a box from Neil's in Yalesville on my way to and from New Haven. Closer to home, there is Gerry's in Ellington, and in the Bay area there is King Pin in Berkeley, and All Star in SF's Marina district.

And this may be a comletely different topic, but my favorite cider donuts can be found at Atkins Farm in South Hadley, MA -- better than any other cider donut I've had in VT, ME, NH, or CT.
Scott C
Junior Burger
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2007/09/20 17:48:30
K9 Thanks for the kind words on the Donut Bank. I will be sure to pass them on to my wife as she is a baker there.

Scott C
Evansville IN
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2007/09/22 23:56:48
Daryl's Pastries in Glenside, PA. These DOughnuts are unbeliveable and there cookies are a close second.

Britton's Wildwood NJ - Apple Fritters / coffee

Something about waking up early at the beach sitting on your deck eating great pastry...

Junior Burger
RE: Local Donuts 'n' Coffee 2007/10/11 15:25:48
Home Cut Donuts in Joliet, Illinois will blow the doors off any chain store. Their absolute best donut is the glazed chocolate cake. YUM!!
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