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Dough Joy


1316 E Pike St, Seattle
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This vegan bakery replaced the shuttered Old School Frozen Custard, and specializes in (delicious) 100% plant-based donuts every Thursday to Sunday. You’ll find a wide range of fillings, glazes, and toppings on the yeast-raised rounds, like mango con chile, birthday cake, french toast, cookies and cream, s’mores, cookie butter, strawberry milkshake (our favorite), sour watermelon, and a glittery rainbow Pride donut in honor of the shop’s Queer ownership. To wash down all of the dough-based joy, they serve espresso drinks featuring oat milk—as the default option. Oat milk, you did it.

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