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post #6946 of 11480
So move out of the sticks.
post #6947 of 11480
deep inside, i think Deblasio is at fault for this
post #6948 of 11480
Have any of you guys been to Doughnut Plant?
post #6949 of 11480
I can't remember the last time I ate a donut. Oh wait, yes I can, it was with Gome at Maialino.
post #6950 of 11480
I live near Greenwood Cemetery and Prospect Park in the South Slope area, so that's where they come from at. If I wanted to give up the 'coons, I'd have to trade away the green space.
post #6951 of 11480
i love a good donut, but hate the stupid artisan ones. Just give me something simple, I don't need a disgustng vegan Thai coconut with strawberry frosting mess (like I did taste once).

Samething with cupcakes, except for the fact that I also dislike cake.
post #6952 of 11480
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Originally Posted by GreenFrog View Post

Have any of you guys been to Doughnut Plant?

Yeah. Overrated. It's just too expensive to take any satisfaction out of.

Best donut I've had in NY is in Bed Stuy at Dough. Their cafe au lait donut is omg. They're each like $2. 7/11's donuts are also pretty amazing in my opinion.

post #6953 of 11480
That's racist.
post #6954 of 11480
I'm perfectly fine with Dunkin Donuts.
post #6955 of 11480
I generally don't eat them. I'm on the verge of being fat not eating them. Even if I were to introduce one a month might just push me over the edge.
post #6956 of 11480
i had a great-looking-but-way-too-overdone donut at the Brooklyn flea market once. But this was all before my Brooklyness, so I'll probably find a way to like them now and I'll be sure to say so on Yelp.
post #6957 of 11480
Dunkin Donuts are good when they're fresh, but some of them sit out for an entire day and are dried out when you order them. It's a total crapshoot.
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i had a great-looking-but-way-too-overdone donut at the Brooklyn flea market once. But this was all before my Brooklyness, so I'll probably find a way to like them now and I'll be sure to say so on Yelp.
post #6958 of 11480
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Originally Posted by gomestar View Post

i had a great-looking-but-way-too-overdone donut at the Brooklyn flea market once. But this was all before my Brooklyness, so I'll probably find a way to like them now and I'll be sure to say so on Yelp.

That's Dough. They do the flea market, but they're never as good as the storefront.
post #6959 of 11480
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Originally Posted by StephenHero View Post

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Originally Posted by gomestar View Post

i had a great-looking-but-way-too-overdone donut at the Brooklyn flea market once. But this was all before my Brooklyness, so I'll probably find a way to like them now and I'll be sure to say so on Yelp.

That's Dough. They do the flea market, but they're never as good as the storefront.

from what I remember (at the time, I wasn't one to carry a Moleskin journal), the actual donut part was good, maybe even great, but the frosting was super sweet. Couldn't hang.
post #6960 of 11480
I grew up on Krispy Kreme, myself.

Not a fan of Dunkin Donuts. Everything always tastes stale and flat.
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