Doughnut Plant

379 Grand St, New York City

4.5

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Open Hours:

  • Tue

    06:30 - 19:30

  • Wed

    06:30 - 19:30

  • Thu

    06:30 - 19:30

  • Fri

    06:30 - 19:30

  • Sat

    06:30 - 19:30

  • Sun

    06:30 - 19:30

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Reviews

  • Karen Wong

    4
    - 04 September 2018 -

    The selection of donuts is huge. I live the way they offer donuts - yeast, filled, and cake. Stone flavors got sold out quickly, so go early for best selection. Went there about a year and ordered a variety of donuts, and was impressed. Went again recently and tried the peanut butter yeast donut filled with banana cream. Loved the combination, but the nuts were soft and stale and chewy. It would have been 5 stars if the nuts were crunchier. The store was clean. Service was good. Will be back to try some more.

  • C L

    5
    - 20 August 2018 -

    Along this special block in LES, this place serves yummy donuts with innovative flavors that always put a smile on customers!

  • Kishan

    5
    - 07 August 2018 -

    Delicious donuts! Place is very small with only a few seatings. But the donuts are fantastic, a bit pricey as well. Staff were very friendly explaining the different kinds of donuts. Highly recommend.

  • Will Rod

    1
    - 31 July 2018 -

    I sent my son there to buy a cup of coffee and 2 donuts and he was charged over $11.00 dollars. My son also asked for a regular coffee with milk and three sugars. When I received the coffee, it was black, no sugar and no milk. it is unbelievable the prices of just 2 donuts and a smll cup of coffee. I will never go back in there again.

  • Jessica

    4
    - 27 May 2018 -

    These donuts are so amazing, not only are they pretty but also delicious. They're probably one of the best in the city. They have so many different types of donuts from yeast, to filled squared, cake, doughseeds, etc,. Also a few vegan donuts so, pretty much everything. The Brooklyn Blackout cake donut is one of my favorites- and my boyfriend loves it too. It's exactly what it seems to be, a cake in a form of a donut. The outside is frosted and topped with crumbs while the inside is soft, smooth, and chocolatey! Everything from the flavor to texture is great- moist and creamy on the inside as well.

  • Ashley Rathbun

    5
    - 15 March 2018 -

    I love donuts and I'm always looking for the next best donut shop. Doughnut Plant is the best donut shop I've ever been to in my entire life. If you live in NYC this is a definite go to. And if I lived locally I would be a regular.

  • Alexis Remillard

    5
    - 25 February 2018 -

    Words cannot describe the delicate and impossible donuts that are produced at the Plant. Texture, flavor, ambiance, and extreme care over the little things is what makes the Donut Plant my favorite sweet food I have ever eaten. I’m not a huge fan of sweets. I find myself thinking about the donuts all the time. Thank you for going the extra step and creating perfection.

  • Bianca Soto

    5
    - 13 February 2018 -

    Love this place, such creative and delicious donuts. Tres leches is one of their best so is the oatmeal. I'd recommend the one on grand they alwaaays have tons of options the one on 23rd is open later however don't always have all the options oddly enough.

  • Rob Lariviere

    5
    - 08 February 2018 -

    Best cake donuts in the city? It's either here or Donut Project -- but these definitely stand up for themselves. An LES staple.

  • Anthony Matthews

    4
    - 12 January 2018 -

    If you're looking for a snack before you head onto the Staten Island Ferry, look no further. I got both the wild blueberry and coconut cream donuts and they were good! Nothing special, but the flavors do stick out. Fast service and decent prices, I left satisfied.

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