Happy National Doughnut Day: Eat Your Way Through These Doughnut Havens

Happy National Doughnut Day: Eat Your Way Through These Doughnut Havens

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Photo via Pexels

In a city booming with fried decadence, there’s still something so special about doughnuts.

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Photo via Yelp

Dynamo Donut

Boasting two locations in the Mission and the Marina, Dynamo Donut sticks true to their name: expect huge flavor with every bite, and you might need to grab a small carton of milk before you head that way. Order the Chocolate Rose: ($3.00) a chocolate base topped with glazed rose water and a lemon zest for added kick in the pants.  // 2760 24th Street, and 110 Yacht Road (Kiosk on the SF Bay Trail)

Photo via Spoonful of Sugar's Facebook

Photo via Spoonful of Sugar's Facebook

Spoonful of Sugar

At A Spoonful of Sugar creating fun and unique donuts is a trademark of mastermind Kathleen DeManti, each flavor hand crafted to compliment the curious palette. Why not give the Jelly Brioche ($4.00) a whirl: a strawberry raspberry filling lightly dusted with a fine organic powdered sugar for the perfect morning pastry. // Potrero Hill

Photo via Endo Edibles

Photo via Endo Edibles

Donut Savant

Donut Savant offers a classic donut with a variety of twists. Try one of their classics such as cinnamon, vanilla glaze, lemon, and key lime pie or mix your own flavor magic. Just don’t forget to grab a Salted Maple ($1.00), a standard maple doughnut laced with a biting salted flavor in the glaze. // 1934 Broadway, Oakland

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Photo via CynEats

Mr. Holmes Bakehouse

Mr. Holmes Bakehouse offers a unique experience that no customer is likely to forget. Illuminated by bright neon lights, thousands of people stop by everyday for their infamous Cruffin ($4.00), which comes in a wide array of flavors such as strawberry custard, caramel banana, and passionfruit. Trust us, all of them are good. // 1042 Larkin St, Lower Nob Hill

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Photo via YouTube

Bob’s Donuts

A San Francisco all-star, Bob’s Donuts is the forefather of donut production. All classically made, each batch of donuts is glazed every hour on the hour starting at 8 a.m. and going until 1 a.m. Prices range from 25 cents to $3.00 dollars. so be prepared to go home with a smorgasbord of sweet treats. For adventurous types, we recommend taking on the The Big Kahuna, the Belly Buster, the Scale Breaker, whatever you want to call it, it's the BIG ONE ($9.95), this donut (the size of a small child) has to be consumed on site within 2 minutes of your order. If you devour the sweet pastry fast enough, then you’ll be nominated into the hall of Bob’s Champions and gifted with a 10 dollar waiver, a prize worth 4 bags of donuts. It’s a win-win situation. // 1621 Polk St, Nob Hill, bobsdonutssf.com

Photo via Fillmore Bakeshop

Photo via Fillmore Bakeshop

Fillmore Bakeshop

Nothing can quite beat the warmth of a family operated business, Fillmore Bakeshop located on the cusp of Japantown is home to perfectly fried dough’s.  Specializing in the contemporary European-American style of baking, Fillmore marries sweet and savory in the utterly perfect Doughnut-Croissant ($2.50), with flakey, buttery layers of dough fried with a simple home-made glaze. // 1890 Fillmore St, Japantown

Written by the Bob Cut Editors, photos sourced by Dynamo Donut, UberEATS, Doughnut Dolly, Yelp, Mr. Holmes Bakehouse, CynEats, Yelp — Get more foodie news in your inbox weekly!


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