Named one of the best donut shops in America by Thrillist, Long’s Bakery is a long-time favorite in Indy. This Westside, cash-only establishment is known for warm glazed yeast, cinnamon fries, and long johns. Martha Stewart and Food Network star Alton Brown are fans.
Once a month Circle City Sweets takes their already magical desserts to another level with "Doissant Day." A hybrid of a croissant and a donut, the doissants come either with or without cream filling We prefer the cream filled. Tip: set your alarm clock because these sell out by 9 am. Check Circle City Sweet's Facebook page for Doissant Day announcements.
Located on Keystone Avenue in the SoBro neighborhood, the Donut Shop is a one-stop shop for all things breakfast. Try some of the delicious donuts, sample one of the 13 flavors of bubble tea, or go for a more hearty breakfast meal after a night on the town.
Have an extreme sweet tooth? Check out Taylor’s Bakery, filled with tasty treats of all sorts. From beautiful wedding cakes to made-from-scratch donuts, Taylor’s has a selection of goods sure to please the masses. For over 100 years, this family-owned gem has been pleasing Indy locals.
Square Donuts not only brings a unique flavor to the industry, but a unique shape as well. As the name suggests, this shop features something other than the traditional round pastries. The light and fluffy donuts come in traditional flavors as well as custom creations – try the raved-about PB&J for a real treat.
Known for creative options like the “alligator” and the “cannonball,” Boyden’s features innovative donuts and sweets that pack in the flavor. The more familiar glazed and cinnamon donuts are just as well-loved by all those who visit to experience some of Indy’s local flavor.
These handcrafted donuts made fresh every morning are sure to have you coming back for more. Customer favorites include the crème brulee and maple bourbon bacon donuts. Be sure to grab a cup of Stumptown coffee to pair with your morning treat.
Customers still line up at the doors more than 50 years after the first Jack’s opened. Now in its third generation of family ownership, Jack’s offers core pastries like the tiger tail, cake, and jelly-filled, but also mixes it up with new gourmet selections like the peanut butter cup. And you’ll want to wash it all down with a cup of Jack’s Java.