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203 W. 14th St., New York, NY, 10011
at Seventh Ave.
Where good 'ol classic American donuts survive.
By fsfumi on 2/14/2009
While everything else changes , the Donut Pub stands unaffected by waves of commercialization and fickle trends. The donuts are fresh. Their best-seller, the French Cruller, is unforgettable; Crispy and sugary on the outside, and soft with eggy layers on the inside. The decor is unpretentious and real. My only complaint* No restroom for customer-use.
Best Donut I have had in NYC
By itschas on 3/2/2010
Was introduced to this place by one of the Unions down the street. Unions Know Donuts. And so do I, remembering what they tasted like before the Dunkin Donuts rash spread across the land. This place is the real deal, delicious substantial old school donuts - the way they are meant to be. Enjoy..
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