L.A.’s Best Doughnuts? We Asked Local Shops What Their Customers Love

In honor of National Doughnut Day, we took a sweet, fried tour of L.A.’s doughnut landscape, from downtown to the Valley
Vinz Karl • Los Angeles Magazine • June 4, 2021
It’s National Doughnut Day, and this year we’re celebrating the doughnuts that Angelenos dough-nuts for. We called up shops from downtown to the Valley and asked them one question: What’s your best seller? We’ve put together a list so you know...
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