Seattle >Daily Dozen Donut Co
Fast, fresh, donut holes sold piping hoy by the lunch sack full. Even if you don't want a dozen of the fried sugar laden treats it's fun to watch the donut machine do it's thing.
Always a line at the Daily Dozen. The donuts are cooked fresh and given in a paper bag that is soon painted with grease. They are yummy, and will probably play a role in my untimely death. I will be in good company....lots of people like these good donuts and the tradition they have at Pike's Market.
You want immature and rude people, go here!. The doughnuts are only so-so. They'd probably get a 3 star rating. However, the last time I went to the market I was standing across from this place and one of their workers threw a doughnut at me. Yes, threw one at me! While he was working. I would never support these immature, disgusting people and neither should you.
Wind your way through the tourists to find this cheap donut stand tucked away in the Pike Place Market..
Manned by local hipsters, working out of an area no bigger than your office cubicle, they craft the best two bites of sweetness in the Market as they dollop dough into hot oil before your very eyes. With enough charm/grit to put any Coney Island hot dog vendor to shame, they provide the essential walking snack. A bag of them goes fast as they're significantly smaller than an average donut. Luckily they're as cheap as they are cute.
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