Doughnuttery

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Tucked inside Chelsea Market, you’ll find Doughnuttery. And, it’s worth finding. The minimum order starts at 6 doughnuts (2 flavor limit per 6 order), but, each one is only about the size of an Oreo, so it’s totally doable. 

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They make them right then and there, so, you get the fun little experience of watching them go through the machine. Then, each flavor has a unique sugar combination that the mini doughnuts get tossed in.

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I went for one of their more popular flavors, Urban Monkey (banana, coffee, and coconut). Now, I got the hints of banana, the coffee and coconut might have been a little too faint for me to pick up on, but this was an awesome little doughnut bite. Coated with sugar, you get a nice crispness on the outside, and the most melty and buttery little, light dough on the inside. 

The Shorts:
Name: Doughnuttery
Location: 425 West 15th Street, NYC
The Long and Short: Would I go back? Totally! Lots of unique flavors to try.
Would I recommend it? Yes, get on over and get yourself a 6-pack…of mini doughnuts. 

The Cinnamon Snail

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Next stop on my 7 Best Doughnuts In NYC Challenge is The Cinnamon Snail food truck. The truck is serving an all vegan menu, including breakfast and lunch items.

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But, I had to go for the donuts…you know, for research. I tried the Vanilla Bourbon Creme Brûlée donut.

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So, I’ll always keep it honest. At first glance/meeting, the donut was a bit on the greasy side. But, it’s pretty easy for me to work past that. The donut itself had a really good texture with a mild crunch on the outside from the baked sugar, and soft on the inside. The dough had a very pleasant flavor, although I wasn’t really getting a lot of distinguishing flavors. The top-center of the donut is where you’ll find the Creme Brûlée portion. Again, pleasant, but I wasn’t really hit with powerful or remarkable flavors.

The Shorts:
Name: The Cinnamon Snail
Location: Check their Twitter page HERE for their NYC locations
The Long and Short: Would I go back? For donuts, maybe not. But, they seem to have a large breakfast and lunch following, so, I would be up for giving that a shot!
Would I recommend it? As a top donut place to try, probably not.