Annie’s Donut Shop

Bakery | Diner | Donuts
Memorable
One of the best
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There are many deluxe donuts in Portland, even Goth donuts (at Voodoo Donuts), but for traditional donuts that go with morning coffee (not latte!), Annie’s is a treasure. They’re made here daily, and the variety is tremendous.

Old-fashioned cake donuts have the double-circle shape so popular in the Northwest that provides nearly twice the crunchy exterior of a simple round one. Glazed and maple-frosted OFs are especially satisfying, and although the price is plebeian, the taste and mouth feel are aristocratic.

Cream puffs are light and impeccably fresh-flavored, the only way a cream puff ever should be.

The wickedest variety is a fritter – unctuous, super-sweet, slightly fruity, and monumentally filling.

Annie’s has none of the amenities of upscale coffee and donut shops: no art on the walls, no wi-fi, no couches or lounge chairs and, of course, no barristas. You sit in molded plastic booths that look out on the parking lot and are served by a staff with no attitude other than pride in the donuts they make and sell.

What to Eat
Annie’s Donut Shop, Old Fashioned Donut
Old Fashioned Donut
Must-Try
Annie's donuts have a wicked crunch to their gnarly skin.
Annie’s Donut Shop, Raspberry Fritter
Raspberry Fritter
Must-Try
Raspberry fritters are large and substantial. A raised donut is relatively lightweight.
Annie’s Donut Shop, Apple Sauce Donut
Apple Sauce Donut
Must-Try
Glazed apple sauce and devil's food donuts
Annie’s Donut Shop, Cream Puff
Cream Puff
Non-fancy, but oh-so-yummy cream puff
Directions and Hours
closed now
Sunday5am - 1pm
Monday5am - 10pm
Tuesday5am - 10pm
Wednesday5am - 10pm
Thursday5am - 10pm
Friday5am - 10pm
Saturday5am - 1pm
Information
Price
$
Seasons
Open Year Round
Meals Served
Breakfast
Credit Cards Accepted
No
Alcohol Served
No
Outdoor Seating
No

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