Donut Drive-In

Best reason to fish for loose change in your car's seat cushions: You only need about 47 cents to buy yourself a cakey piece of heaven from this little white building where they make doughnuts, doughnuts and nothing else (well, except coffee, the good ol' American diesel-fuel kind) the old-school way. That cakey quality is key: Chocolate glazed, custard-filled, cruller or plain, you get a doughnut with much more heft than the glaze-air-and-lard creations you find elsewhere. So what are you still doing reading this?

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Best reason to fish for loose change in your car's seat cushions: You only need about 47 cents to buy yourself a cakey piece of heaven from this little white building where they make doughnuts, doughnuts and nothing else (well, except coffee, the good ol' American diesel-fuel kind) the old-school way. That cakey quality is key: Chocolate glazed, custard-filled, cruller or plain, you get a doughnut with much more heft than the glaze-air-and-lard creations you find elsewhere. So what are you still doing reading this?

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