If Portland is a town that celebrates its quirkiness, it’s no wonder that Voodoo Doughnut is such a big hit.
The doughnut shop, which started off as just a window selling doughnut treats to late-night bar crawlers in Old Town, is a worldwide sensation, featured in various food media from New York [...]Read the full post →
Doughnut Dolly was a term used in London for women who brought doughnuts and coffee to the troops during WWI. But a two-month-old donut shop of the same name that opened in Oakland is not a throwback to war times but an elegant modern bakeshop.
The tiny store opened in what’s known as Alley 49 [...]Read the full post →
Like little gems at a jewelry store or gallery, the donuts at newcomer Donut Savant are not your typical dunk-and-bite variety. A mix of sizes – but primarily the shape of puffed up donut holes – these donuts buck tradition more by their appearance than taste.
When you bite into them, they’re the airy donut [...]Read the full post →
With colors that look like they came straight from a Silly String can, the donuts at Psycho Donuts live up to their name. Take one bite and there’s no argument that Psycho Donuts is also crazy good.
Since it opened its doors in Campbell, Psycho Donuts has gained a reputation for some [...]Read the full post →
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