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The Best Doughnuts in New York City

If you are looking for a tasty treat on the go, a doughnut will be perfect! It just so happens that there are a lot of great options for doughnuts in New York City. Whether you are looking for a cake doughnut, a light and airy doughnut or a filled doughnut, here are the best doughnuts in New York City. We are getting hungry just thinking about it!

Dough – 14 W 19th St & Other Locations
Dough specializes in yeast doughnuts and they are gourmet doughnuts at their absolute finest. There are tons of flavor options like cinnamon sugar, dulce de leche and chocolate with Earl Grey. The lines can be long at times but it just gives you more time to decide what you want!

Doughnuttery – Chelsea Market, 425 W 15th St
Doughnuttery opened up a shop in the Chelsea Market and we make sure we stop by any time we are in the area. They sell artisan mini doughnuts. There are so many flavors so there is bound to be something for everyone.

Dun-Well Doughnuts – 222 Montrose Ave, Brooklyn
Dun-Well Doughnuts is proof that vegan food doesn’t have to be boring and bland. Their doughnuts are amazing and hit the spot. We especially aim for their filled doughnuts like their peanut butter and jelly doughnut.

Do or Dine – 1108 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn
If you are looking for something a little different, you should definitely check out Do or Dine’s foie gras doughnut. Foie gras has a very unique flavor and it is not for everyone but simply if you are a fan of foie gras you will also be a fan of their foie gras doughnut.

Pies ‘n’ Thighs – 43 Canal St & 166 S 4th St, Brooklyn
Pies ‘n’ Thighs are best known for their pies and fried chicken but they also have excellent doughnuts. Their doughnuts are great as a stand-alone treat or a great way to end the meal. It is definitely worth the trip.

Dominique Ansel Bakery – 189 Spring St
Dominque Ansel is probably best known for his cronuts and don’t be surprised if you see people waiting in line for them even before the bakery opens. The cronut is a cross between a croissant and a doughnut. It is light, flaky and absolutely delicious. His cronuts spawned a number of copycats but nothing beats the original.

Doughnut Plant – 379 Grand St & Other Locations
Last but not least, Doughnut Plant is still our favorite spot for doughnuts. They have it all on their menu, yeast doughnuts, cake doughnuts and filled doughnuts. There are so many good flavors but the coconut cream and the crème brûlée doughnuts edged out to be our favorite doughnuts at this trusted doughnut spot.

Do or Dine Foie Gras Doughnuts

Let us know what your favorite doughnuts are in the comment section below!

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