6 Places to get Takeout Doughnuts in Toronto
Glory Hole Doughnuts
1596 QUEEN ST W
Founded 9 years ago in Parkdale by chef/owner Ashley Jacot de Boinod, they’ve been bringing glaze joy to people ever since with flavours like toast and butter, Ferrero Rocher and London fog.
445 ADELAIDE ST W
Cops is a new Toronto doughnut spot with a minimalist take. They strictly only sell coffee and donuts. They serve tiny gourmet carnival-style donuts by the dozen with flavours like cinnamon, sour cream and a rotating weekly special.
San Remo Bakery
374 ROYAL YORK RD
San Remo Bakery is a Toronto dessert staple with flavours like Nutella, blueberry cheesecake and maple bacon. From a tiny mom & pop bakery to a larger operation, the Bozzos continuously strive to better the business & make the customer experience superior. They recommend pre-ordering to avoid disappointment and usually sell out in-store before 2 pm.
713 DANFORTH AVE
Von Doughnuts’ products contain only the best and freshest ingredients. Von Doughnuts are handmade throughout the day by their ‘doughnut gurus’ who also make icings, fillings, custards, and jams from scratch. Some of their intriguing doughnut flavours (rotating daily) include ‘triple chocolate’, ‘Homer Simpson’ and ‘mangiacake’.
715 QUEEN ST W
Bloomer’s has been a beloved Toronto based vegan bakery since 2014. Their doughnuts & goodies are handcrafted fresh every day. Out of a long list of categories including tea, chocolate & maple and fruit, their most popular flavours are: rose pistachio, birthday cake!, vanilla sprinkles and cinnamon sugar.
205 DUNDAS ST W
Fugo is rethinking desserts, drawing inspiration from international flavours and infusing them with local creativity. Some of the delicious mini doughnut flavours on their menu are rosewater pistachio, creme brulee, m&m and campfire s’mores.
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