To celebrate what we believe to be the most underpublicized week in the calendar, we’ve put together a guide of where to get your hands on some of the best doughnuts in the city.

Dunkin Donuts

We’re starting with the big, the bad and the corporate. Dunkin Donuts have been keeping America running (and slightly overweight) for decades now. In the last couple of years though, they opened a ‘restaurant’ in St Johns precinct. It’s probably about the only reason you would have to go to St Johns and let’s face it, it’s a good one!

Dunkin Donuts Selection

 

Wild Loaf

Wild Loaf have been breaking hearts with their bread for a good while now, but we need to talk about their doughnuts. The sourdough balls of love are packed with various toppings depending on when you go. Sometimes they’re jammy, sometimes they’re custardy. No matter what, we know you’ll love them just as much as we do.

Wildloaf

 

Miss Microphone Head

You might have seen our post recently on the treats from Miss Microphone head who very kindly passed us a box of her vegan treats to try. We can honestly say that they were some of the best we’d ever had. A personal favourite, the Homer, was the real winner. Checkout her Instagram for doughnuts as well as other special occasion cakes.

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Baltic Bakehouse

Another of the cities famous bakeries, the Baltic Bakehouse. Famous for their incredible selection of artisan cakes and breads, Baltic Bakehouse often have a selection of ‘special’ doughnuts available at their store in the Baltic Triangle. If they’ve ran out, just get yourself a sourdough loaf and some butter. It’s just as satisfying!

Chocolate flake doughnut from the Baltic Bakehouse

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