Not sure if they were old or just awful. Either way, I would never go back. Not worth the calories. The place is a dump too.
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I am a huge fan of the "other famous donut place in town"...however I also trick myself into thinking those donuts are "healthy." This place is your old fashioned donut joint. They are big, plentiful and just the right amount of air, grease and sugar...More
Nothing to write home about.I'll take the Cookie Jar anytime. People rave about the donuts. Not even close to Dunken Donuts
As soon as I walked in, the smell of donuts made me feel happy. They had a nice variety, friendly staff, and clientele. It is a great local find. Highly recommended.
Even if you don't eat donuts, visit Tony's to enjoy the delicious smells outside! And if you do eat donuts, you're in for even more of a treat. Between the atmosphere and the donuts, I enjoyed this place even more than Holy Donut. I especially...More
We were killing time and found this place on Phantom Gourmet (a site on facebook for many local east coast restaurants that I highly suggest looking into). Iran nothing fancy on the inside, but they have some very yummy flavors of donuts (the maple glaze...More
These doughnuts are soooo good, and I loved the variety. I haven't had a strawberry filled doughnut since I was a kid!! I live in Rhode Island so I'm only a few hours away. On our next trip to Portland, we will definitely stop and...More
Old school donut shop. Handmade donuts, lots of variety, fresh and wow, they taste great. I'm partial to the coffee cake and the molasses glazed donut. Don't forget to try the whoopie pies, I think they are the best in town.
I should make it my job to try every homemade donut shop in the state of Maine and if it's on your list you should stop in. But I don't think I could work there, pretty sure they have a room just for powered sugar...More