No dining guide can be complete without a vegan option, and Dun-Well does a pretty good job of making health conscious doughnuts. Dun-Well's menu includes doughnut flavors like Black Licorice, Butterfinger and Pina Colada.
This Chelsea "pub" has been serving doughnuts since 1964 and may just be the oldest doughnut shop in NYC. At Donut Pub, you can get half a dozen doughnuts for $6.90 and a dozen mini doughnuts for $5.60, a pretty solid bargain if you ask us!
If you haven't been to Peter Pan Donut yet, you've really been missing out on these $1 pieces of heaven. When celebrating National Doughnut Day here, the red velvet doughnut glazed with sour cream is a must-try!
Even though the cronut is only part doughnut, it would be an injustice to foodies around the world to not include it on our list of the best doughnuts in NYC. The June cronut flavor is Strawberry Balsamic and Marcarpone with Basil Sugar.
Located between the UES and Spanish Harlem is Dough Loco, a tiny doughnut bakery with incredibly delicious and innovative doughnut flavors. Between the Maple Miso Doughnut and the Raspberry Sriracha, you'll have a pretty hard time picking just one!
These aren't just any doughnuts. At Holey Cream, you can invent your own doughnut ice-cream sandwich. Choose from 15 different types of doughnuts, over 20 ice-cream flavors and a huge selection of toppings to design the doughnut of your dreams.
Fany Gerson's dedication to creating unique flavors with organic ingredients makes Dough one of Brooklyn's finest spots for doughnuts. Some of Dough's most creative doughnut flavors include the Tropical Chili, Cafe Au Lait & Chocolate with Earl Grey.
This doughnut joint is home of the first square filled doughnut, the first creme brûlée doughnut & the first doughnut to include fruits & nuts in their glaze. While all of the doughnuts here are great, the Tres Leches Cake Doughnut is a fan favorite.