Doughnut Plant

New York's Iconic Doughnut Maker
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Doughnut Plant
Doughnut Plant is the coolest (and most delicious) doughnut shop in NYC. They're crazy unique and made fresh daily. Also they have really awesome designs for their menu... Sorry, I was just thinking about how much I love them. Did I mention they're delicious?
Joel Gillman - The Food Dealer

Mark Isreal has been doing the doughnut before it was cool. Over 20 years ago, Mark opened his doughnut shop using his grandfather’s recipe from 1910 when this family first got into the baking business. Gooey, chewy and nearly impossible to finish before heading into a massive food coma, these handcrafted rounds of sweet fried dough are the real deal. Part of what makes Mark’s doughnuts so fantastic is his dedication to using the highest quality ingredients—even if that means hacking into fresh coconuts and splitting open individual vanilla beans from time to time. If you need a pure shot of happiness, these are your go-to.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Doughnut Plant has been named one of the best indie doughnut shops by The Huffington Post and their doughnuts have been named as some of the best by The Village Voice. They have also been featured in The New York Times, Saveur Magazine, Vogue, Food Paradise, Food Network’s The Best Thing I Ever Ate & Throwdown with Bobby Flay. Martha Stewart, a devoted fan, even had a batch delivered just before she was incarcerated!

Doughnut Plant

New York's Iconic Doughnut Maker

Mark Isreal has been doing the doughnut before it was cool. Over 20 years ago, Mark opened his doughnut shop using his grandfather’s recipe from 1910 when this family first got into the baking business. Gooey, chewy and nearly impossible to finish before heading into a massive food coma, these handcrafted rounds of sweet fried dough are the real deal. Part of what makes Mark’s doughnuts so fantastic is his dedication to using the highest quality ingredients—even if that means hacking into fresh coconuts and splitting open individual vanilla beans from time to time. If you need a pure shot of happiness, these are your go-to.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Doughnut Plant has been named one of the best indie doughnut shops by The Huffington Post and their doughnuts have been named as some of the best by The Village Voice. They have also been featured in The New York Times, Saveur Magazine, Vogue, Food Paradise, Food Network’s The Best Thing I Ever Ate & Throwdown with Bobby Flay. Martha Stewart, a devoted fan, even had a batch delivered just before she was incarcerated!