By Sophia Hernandez, 10News and Domenick Candelieri, Fox5 |
SAN DIEGO — June 3 was #NationalDonutDay and some of the nation’s best donuts are found right here in San Diego County.
ABC 10News recently had a chance to check out the two local shops that made it on Yelp’s newly published list.
“When you come in you get to pick a donut off of our 40 donuts, and then you get a fresh hot donut, it comes straight into the fryer, into the box and then into your hands,” said Broad Street Dough Co. owner Marianna Lacerva.
Do you want to know its operating hours?
Broad Street Dough Co. is open daily and located in the Encinitas area on 967 South Coast Highway 101. They feature a variety of wildly unique creations on their menu.
How about its specialties?
The shop’s specialties include its gluten-free or vegan doughnuts with flavors like blueberry and powdered sugar, vanilla and chai tea spice, vanilla and Oreo, s’mores galore, and caramel and sea salt. Broad Street Dough Co. also offers customizable donuts for special occasions.
What have others said?
“The best donuts anywhere in San Diego County,” commented Yelper Arnie K. about Broad Street Dough Co. Made fresh to order, with really creative recipes. No pictures in this review, because I ate the cronut I bought too quickly in my car. I was going to eat it while driving but it was too good. Then I went back in for a cream filled one. The cronut was crispy layers of thin dough with a lite lemon sauce inside. Highly recommend. You won’t be sorry.”
As one of our SBDC clients, we’re proud and thrilled to share about Broad Street Dough Co. and their inspiring hard work to get where they are.
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