Old Fashioned Donuts

Bakery | Donuts | Street Food
Worth driving from anywhere!

You can watch them made at Old Fashioned Donuts, and chances are good the donuts you buy will still be warm from the dowel where they are put from the fry kettle. We’ve never had a bad one, and the seasonal blueberry (summer) and cider (fall) are great; but the piece de resistance is an enormous apple fritter, loaded with juicy nuggets of fruit and heavily glazed.

What to Eat
Old Fashioned Donuts, Apple Fritter
Apple Fritter
The normal size (and delicious) coconut donut shows just how big the fritter really is. A bargain at $2.00.
Directions and Hours
open now
Monday6am - 6pm
Tuesday6am - 6pm
Wednesday6am - 6pm
Thursday6am - 6pm
Friday6am - 6pm
Saturday6am - 6pm
Open Year Round
Meals Served
Breakfast, Dessert
Credit Cards Accepted
Alcohol Served
Outdoor Seating

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