Glaze It, Don't Blaze It!!

Today is April 20th, also known as 4.20. Whether you decided to blaze it or glaze it, here are 4 delicious doughnut shops to visit in New York City to calm those munchies!! Yummmm!!

The Doughnut Project: TDP Central Park 912 7th Ave, New York, NY 10014

This shop has so many different doughnut options to choose from so you better show up on an empty stomach! They have a Plain Glaze doughnut but if you’re feeling a little wild you could go for the Bacon Maple Bar which has a Maple glaze with a slab of bacon on it! Or you could try the “Black Gold, Texas Tea” doughnut which is made with extra dark chocolate with house made dark chocolate cookie crumble and a touch of sea salt. I mean might as well just get a box of 6 and enjoy them all on the way home!


Doughnut Plant: 379 Grand Street, New York, NY 10002

Doughnut Plant’s passion is providing their customers with the best doughnuts in the world, handcrafted every day using the finest ingredients available. Their doughnuts are made with all natural and high quality ingredients. They even have some vegan options! When you see these doughnuts your mouth will definitely be watering!


Dough Doughnuts: 14 W 19th Street, New York NY 10011

Their doughnuts are made with love and care. All of their doughnuts are made in small batches throughout the day to ensure that they are always fresh for customers to enjoy. You can even see how the doughnuts are made when you visit the shop! They have lots of doughnuts to choose from such as Mocha-Almond Crunch, Passionfruit, Nutella, and Salted Chocolate Caramel.


Doughnuttery: 425 W 15th Street, New York, NY 10011

This shop has existed since 2012! They have all types of doughnuts from savory to sweet treats. They have the “Spicy Rooster” which has sriracha, maple, lime if you’re looking for a savory snack. And if you need something sweet I would suggest trying “Fruit Cereal” which has Fruity Cereal and Sugar. They even have doughnut dipping sauces such as beer caramel, Nutella, deep dark chocolate, dulce de leche, and raspberry balsamic.



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