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New York’s Best Doughnuts Come from Brooklyn, Of Course!

May 1, 2017

Dough Doughnuts courtesy of Krista

Those of you have been on a quest for the city’s best doughnuts need search no more. Admired by Business Insider as “some of the city’s best doughnuts,” crowned king of the New York doughnuts by Thrillist, and even discussed at length in an entire feature in New Yorker magazine dedicated to these incredible tasty treats, Dough Donuts has found the perfect balance of ingredients, freshness, and creativity.

The original Dough is located in Bedford-Stuyvesant where the few employees hand-cut the circles out of the donuts, just one tray at a time. Founded in 2010, even at that early stage Dough already began to attract the attention of donut lovers, all over the city.

Achieving maximum freshness is one of Fany Gerson’s (Dough’s founder) primary objectives. In order to deliver on that promise of fresh doughnuts she bakes only in small batches, rather than the usual method of making enough for an entire day at the beginning of the day. This insures that no matter when you drop in to the shop, a new batch is either coming out of the fryer, or has just come out.

The number of flavors is as numerous as it is delicious. How about trying to decide between Chocolate-Cocoa Nib, Café Au Lait, or Dulce De Leche-Almonds? And that is just the tip of the doughnut iceberg.

Today Dough has expanded to other locations if Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn is not convenient for you. In Manhattan there is now a Dough shop in Flatiron, at 14 West 19th Street, at Fifth Avenue; at a kiosk in UrbanSpace Vanderbilt, at 230 Park Avenue at 45th Street; and in the food hall on the second floor at City Kitchen at 700 8th Avenue at 44th Street; and at Smorgasburg, whose exact times and places vary- check their website for more information.

None of those places good for you? Dough doughnuts are sold all over town at third party retailers. Check Dough’s website for exactly where.

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