Randy’s Donuts Says It’s Been Famous Since ’62. History Tells a Different Story

Turns out the Inglewood landmark is a decade older than its boxes and merch claim
Chris Nichols • Los Angeles Magazine • June 4, 2021
For answers to more of your burning questions, visit the Ask Chris archive. Q: Why does Randy’s Donuts say, “World Famous Since ‘62”? My dad said it was there in the 50s. A: An astounding 13,000 crullers, cakes, and crumbs pass through the windows...
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