If you have a breakfast time (or any time) sweet tooth, you’re going to want to swing by these donut shops that pack in unique flavors and toppings! You nominated and here they are:
Pure Eats – Lexington
Pure Eats donuts are legendary! Order a fresh, house-made donut and you’ll never want to leave! Coconut lover? Try out the Almond Joy. Other favorites include the decadent chocolate peanut butter and the light, but always delicious margarita-flavored! Pure Eats doesn’t have a set menu, so you’ll be surprised of the flavors each time you visit!
The Apple House – Linden
Good food, friendly staff and beautiful surroundings make The Apple House a landmark to visit in Virginia. Come visit for your gift needs and be sure to try out the famed apple butter donuts!
O’Doodledoo’s Donuts – Suffolk
Hand made, hand decorated, fresh, funky, one of a kind donut shop! This is a real “Hole in the Wall!” O’Doodledoo’s makes more than 200+ flavors and rotate their menu daily. Try the famous red velvet cream cheese donuts or a delicious sour cream old fashioned. Known for gourmet donuts at budget prices, find out what everyone’s talking about! The Oreo extreme, peach cobbler, key lime pie, or chocoholic–yep those are all donuts too! Come quick– once the donuts are gone, so are they!
O’s Donuts – Norfolk
With 13 different types of donuts and eight different toppings, it’s easy to see why O’s Donuts are a Norfolk favorite. AND custom colors are available too! Try out a cool twist on a sundae, with the Uh O: A fresh, warm donut, tossed in cinnamon sugar, sliced open with a scoop of vanilla ice cream in the middle. And topped off with hot fudge and whipped cream, of course!
Carol Lee Donuts – Blacksburg
Cake donut? Yes, please. Carol Lee Donuts boasts seven different types of cake donuts, including Devilsfood cake glazed and blueberry cake. Or try out one of their yeast-raised donuts, including maple iced with peanuts and toasted coconut. Grab a freshly brewed cup of coffee to wash it all down!
Sugar Shack Donuts – Richmond
“I’m pretty sure we’ve found the Holy Grail, and this is it.” Sugar Shack Donuts prides itself on fresh, all nature and local ingredients. Try out their monster donuts, featuring peach fritters and Maggie Walker’s signature Dragon Tails. What’s the Dragon Tail? You’ll have to stop in and see for yourself! The menu changes often, so come often.
Blackbird Bakery – Bristol
The Blackbird has become a favorite bakery shop for the locals in Bristol and has developed the reputation as one of the top bakeries in the tri-cities area. When you visit the bakery, you will feel as though you stepped back to a time when neighbors and shop owners knew each other on a first name basis. One of the first things you will notice is the pleasant, friendly and inviting atmosphere that awaits you when you step through the door. Baked fresh daily, when you take the first bite, you will realize that the products are handmade with only the freshest and finest ingredients.
Duck Donuts – Virginia Beach
Duck Donuts makes their donuts made-to-order and fresh as can be! Their base donuts are made with these key ingredients: wheat & corn flour, soybean oil, nonfat dry milk, egg yolks, and beta carotene. Rest assured when you come to Duck Donuts, you’re receiving the best! Ten coating choices are available, as well as five topping choices.
Great Country Farms – Loudoun
Great Country Farms is best known for their cider donut. These apple cider donuts, made with cinnamon and sugar, are baked fresh at the farm and melt in your mouth when you catch them hot. Visitors enjoy them year-round before visiting the farm’s animals, u-pick areas and fresh market.
Emily’s Donuts & Cafe – Williamsburg
Emily’s Donuts & Café is more than the new local face of great donuts. The yeast donuts are unlike anything else in town. The process of creation takes nearly three hours from start to finish. There are classic “ring” donuts — meant to be glazed and topped, and solid donuts, perfect for filling with out-of-this world combinations! Emily’s Donuts boasts baking 7,000 donuts every week! Clearly these donuts are in demand — especially with seasonal flavors, like their scrumptious Key Lime Donuts made with real Key Lime infused filling and topped with a not-too-sweet cream cheese frosting.
Country Style Donuts – Richmond
“Deliciously addictive since 1968!” That’s the motto of Country Style Donuts in Richmond. Swing by early in the morning to grab some delicious holes before they run out! Try out the peanut-covered glazed, toasted almond or blueberry chip. Or why not try them all! Country Style has 38 varieties of donuts and is open 24 hours.
- Mrs. Yoder’s Kitchen – McKenney
- Martha’s Market (The Omni Homestead) – Hot Springs
- Cyprus Grille (Embassy Suites) – Hampton Roads
- S & B Donuts – South Hill
- RingO’s Donuts – Smithfield
- Strite’s Donuts – Harrisonburg
- Bonnie Blue – Winchester
Glazed Doughnuts in Hampton VA
You missed Sunrise Donuts off Rt 17 in Glouster
If I had to choose one place to buy donuts it would be 7/11. They have the best apple fritters with the downside being a little skimpy with the fruit.
You need to add Mrs. Joy’s Absolutely Fabulous Treats in Lynchburg, VA and Mama Crockett’s Cider Donuts, also in Lynchburg.
What a Blessing bakery in Amherst,VA has wonderful donuts! I also like Mama Crockett’s
windmill bakery Halifax , Halls in Danville