The Best Local Donut Shops in Las Vegas
Whether you spell it as donut or doughnut you will find some of the most delectable treats at the local shops in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Serving decadent cinnamon swirls, glazed mouthwatering masterpieces and bear claws you can not resist, these local donut shops will calmly satisfy even the biggest sweet tooth.
The local mom and pop donut shops offer the best donuts and welcoming atmosphere that major chains can not compete with.
With a lovely assortment of donuts and pastries to choose from take your pick of the best donut shops in Las Vegas.
Dee's Donuts serves up some of the best donuts in the Las Vegas valley. Glazed donuts, chocolate covered, crumb donuts and custard filled. All the original favorites and specialty donuts are available at Dee's.
Dee's also has donut holes along with mammoth sized twists and cinnamon swirls. This shop prepares fresh and fluffy donuts daily. The coffee is good, too.
The price range is about $8 for a dozen donuts and Dee's accepts both credit/debit cards and cash. Currently Dee's Donuts has three locations in Las Vegas:
- 6401 N Durango Dr, #150 , Las Vegas , NV 89149 between the intersection of N Durango Drive and Centennial Parkway . Phone number ( 702) 658-7657.
- 8680 W Warm Springs Rd, #165 , Las Vegas , NV 89148, the cross streets are S Durango Drive and Liberty Bell St. Phone number (702) 260-9196.
- 4135 S Buffalo Dr, #102 , Las Vegas , NV 89147 between Hawkstone Ave and W Flamingo Rd . Phone number (702) 367-9617.
Ronald's Donuts has an assortment of original and specialty vegan donuts at their shop. The shop is located in the Chinatown district.
- 4600 Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89102 between Stober Boulevard and Myrtle Avenue. Their phone number is (702) 873-1032.
Some of Ronald's delightful collection of donuts includes cinnamon rolls, apple fritters, old fashioned, glazed and twist donuts. Their colossal cinnamon twists and apple fritters to die for. They also serve donut holes, coffee and hot chocolate.
You will also appreciate that they have soy milk for your coffee or hot chocolate. Ronald's Donuts is open Monday through Friday 4am to 4pm, Saturday 5am to 4pm and Sunday 5am to 2pm.
Accepting cash only, one donut at Ronald's cost around $0.70 to $1.75 depending on the type of donut and about $7 for a regular dozen and a little more for an assorted dozen. Ronald's serves up sweet donut goodness and best of all they are vegan!
Donut Hut offers sweet fresh donuts daily, located on:
- 3242 E Desert Inn Rd, Ste 17 Las Vegas, NV 89121.
Donut Hut is open Monday through Sunday 8pm to 1pm. Their blueberry cake donuts are amazing. Make sure to get there in the morning for the best selection of maple bars, original glazed, chocolate with chocolate chip, Bavarian cream-filled, and bear claws.
This shop only takes cash and you can expect to pay $7 for a dozen donuts. A regular donut costs $0.35 with twists, maple bars, filled, and crullers costing a little more. Take a special note that crullers are available on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
Al's Donuts is in the UNLV area on:
- 1220 E Harmon Ave, #D, Las Vegas, NV 89119, between S Maryland Parkway and S Ascot Drive. Their phone number is (702) 735-3039.
You can count on Al's to provide the tastiest donuts. Al's has original glaze, vanilla and maple bars, and croissants. A single donut costs about $0.80 cents but why buy just one? A dozen donuts cost $7 plus tax and Al's Donuts only takes cash.
Real Donuts is the home of an enormous donut the size of an old 45 record. This sweet shop is located on:
- 1811 W Charleston Blvd, #1, Las Vegas, NV 89102 on the cross streets of Shadow Lane and Westwood Dr.
You can reach Real Donuts by phone at (702) 388-9958. Real Donuts carries good cinnamon rolls, apple fritters, churros and Mexican breads like pan dulce.
Don't forget to try the pink frosting original and buttermilk donuts with your choice of a mixed dozen, full dozen or half a dozen. A dozen costs about $6.
Real Donuts accepts credit/debit cards and of course cash. Real Donuts serves coffee, soft drinks and ice cream as well.
Sooth Your Sweet Tooth
Dare I say, the mom and pop donut shops are better than some of chains? Yes! These local donut shops are the best of the batch in Las Vegas. Stop by one of these local donut shops to indulge in a guilty pleasure.
Not only are you helping to support local businesses but you get to treat yourself to one or a dozen delightful doughnuts. The flavor selections are nearly endless and enjoying a donut from these local Las Vegas shops is sure to satisfy the biggest sweet tooth.
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