In my opinion there is no better Sunday morning comfort food than an old fashioned donut. DC has many highbrow brunch spots that offer excellent designerdonuts, but sometimes you want a donut that doesn't require a reservation. So on my last trip to NYC, I made sure to check out the Donut Pub, an institution dedicated to the art of the classic, no-frills donut. With almost 50 years of old fashioned donut making experience, this Chelsea storefront boasts dozens upon dozens of delicious items.
So grab a stool at the laminate wrap around counter, get out your cash, and brace for a bite down memory lane. At a little over a $1 for a classic donut, this may be one of the most affordable food excursions NYC has to offer.
The Donut Pub proudly proclaims themselves the "treasure trove of tasty treats." Well said. I ordered a larger-than-life chocolate and vanilla glazed crueller. This sugary and sweet twisted cake delight was bite after bite of calorie-packed comfort and nostalgia.
Any DC based entrepreneurs with a background in donut making out there want to go into business? Let me know!