Best of the Best Donuts

Posted February 22, 2012 by Johnny2x in Entertainment

Did you have your donuts yesterday? Apparently for Mardi Gras you are supposed to do one of two things.

#1 eat Donuts for Luck

#2 Go to New Orleans and have women show you their boobs for plastic beads

I had some donuts. The has a list of some of the best donuts shops in the are a few then you can go to the whole list.

 The Doughnut Plant in NYC, Creme Brulee

Nobody does doughnuts like New York, and when you’re in New York, The Doughnut Plant is the place to go.  There are many to choose from, and they are all fantastic, but our doughnut of choice is the Creme Brule.   With a crunchy caramelized top (just like the dessert it’s named for) and a custardy sweet filling, it’s virtually perfect.  Runners up (just in case they run out of the Creme Brule or you want some variety) are the  Tres Leches Donut and The Blackout. 379 Grand Street, New York, New York.  Visit them on the web at or @doughnutplantNY on twitter.

 Allie’s Donuts in Rhode Island, Maple Frosted Coffee Bun

There’s a wide variety of donuts at Allie’s where they make their own donuts in an enormous kitchen. But don’t go there without ordering the Maple Frosted Coffee Bun. Now it doesn’t have a hole, but it’s definitely in the donut family. Imagine a huge delicious bun covered with homemade frosting. It’s totally unhealthy, but totally delicious. Plan ahead, at Allie’s they line up out the door. 3661 Quaker Lane, North Kingstown, Rhode Island.

 Voodoo Donuts, Portland, Oregon, Memphis Mafia

There is no place more famous than Voodoo for donuts, and it’s the only donut shop that offers it’s own Wedding Chapel. It’s a donut shop on acid, with wildly inventive shapes and toppings.  You’ll find donuts with fruit loops, a pentagram donut, or even the famous cock and balls donut.  But for our #1 pick, we’ll go with the Memphis Mafia– Fried dough with banana chunks and cinnamon sugar covered in a glaze with chocolate frosting, peanut butter, peanuts and chocolate chips on top. Overkill? Yes, but once in a while, that’s the way to go.  Visit them at 22 Southwest 3rd Avenue, Portland Oregon and on the web at and @voodoodoughnut on twitter.





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