NU Bucket List – #36

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Donut Shop Hop


Switch up a traditional Sunday brunch with something a little more exciting! This week, we’ve got you covered on all the best donut shops all around the Boston area. Jump from store to store if you have the time and see every variety of donut flavor you can imagine!

Read on with caution! We promise you’ll be drooling by the end of this blog post.

Blackbird Doughnuts

492 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02116

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A hip storefront with bird cage chandeliers and white subway tiles, Blackbird Doughnuts is a new Boston classic. It was actually started by The Gallows, after an insanely popular demand for the donuts on their brunch menu. They boast an array of flavors on their website so you can see what’s in season, or order their signature Blackbird doughnut.

Union Square Donuts

20 Bow St. Somerville, MA 02143

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Located in the heart of Somerville’s Union Square, this is a donut shop you do not wanna miss! Union Square Donuts has received countless accolades from Best of Boston, the New York Times and more. I would recommend their maple bacon flavor if you don’t know what to get, or see their full menu online. Be on the lookout for them at the Boston Public Market and at pop-up shops around Boston– we’ve seen them at SoWa on the weekends!

Boston Common Coffee

515 Washington St, Boston, MA 02111

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If selling out before noon doesn’t make you want it even more, Boston Common Coffee only offers their donuts on #DonutThursday. Every Wednesday evening on Twitter and Instagram, they reveal the four flavors that will be in stores the next morning. For those of you with dietary restrictions, this is the perfect vegan treat!

Have you been to these places before? Share your favorite donut flavors with us!

 

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