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Do-Rite Donuts
Donut Shop$
Today 7:00 am – 2:00 pm
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50 W Randolph St Chicago, IL 60601
50 W Randolph StUSILChicago60601
$Donut Shop, Dessert Shop
Donut Shop
Dessert Shop
Coffee Shop
Today 7:00 am – 2:00 pm
Monday 6:30 am – 2:00 pmTuesday 6:30 am – 2:00 pmWednesday 6:30 am – 2:00 pmThursday 6:30 am – 2:00 pmFriday 6:30 am – 2:00 pmSaturday 7:00 am – 2:00 pmSunday 7:00 am – 2:00 pm
Acclaimed Chefs Francis Brennan (L20, NoMI) and Jeff Mahin (Stella Rossa, M Street Kitchen) have opened a donut shop featuring artisanal, hand-crafted donuts, made fresh every hour.
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Chef-owned stop for artisanal donuts in unusual flavors plus gluten-free & vegan options & coffee.- Google
People talk about gluten free, maple bacon, valrhona chocolate, cinnamon crunch and vanilla bean
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jDub You
reviewed 2 months ago
Do-Rite doin' it right. With a no frills counter and offering a daily selection of donuts the folks at Do-Rite make some amazing donuts. Known for their old fashioned and chocolate donuts (ranked in America's top 10!) Do-Rite has donuts until they run out for the day. I was lucky enough to pop in on a weekend morning to sample a few. The old fashioned is perfectly crisped up and had hints of burnt edges that paired excellent with my coffee. The chocolate donut is a cake style donut with frosting that will knock your socks off. No offense to the other donut makers in the city, but Do-Rite makes it hard to drool over overly complex and oddly flavored donut experiments. Do-Rite lives up to the hype!
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Janice Cox
reviewed 2 months ago
I stopped in after passing the shop by several times going to and from work and being money conscious, I was a bit put off by the price of one donut ($1.95 for the glazed). I paid and rushed out thinking this better be a damn good donut. I sat at my desk and tore into the slightly oversized donut…. SOLD at first bite! This is no franchise donut that is often too chewy and too sweet, it is perfect texture and mildly sweet even with the glaze… in one word, PERFECT. Yeah, I’m still pinched by the price (hence the 4 not 5 star), but would buy it again; just not frequently.
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Caroline B.
reviewed 4 months ago
I have Celiac Disease and must eat gluten-free, and this place is awesome! They usually only have 2 varieties for GF, but it tastes and smells so close to real donuts, that I actually thought I was going to get sick after eating one! Never thought anything GF could taste that good...but I haven't gotten sick yet and I'm in awe of these GF donuts. Thanks Do-Rite for supporting the GF community!
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Andrew Violette
reviewed a month ago
Old-fashioned donuts, done really well! I've been going to Do-Rite since they've opened 'cause their old-fashions are top-notch. While I still think Doughnut Vault is my favorite donut store in Chicago, Do-Rite would be a close second. Favorite donut theirs: Chocolate covered old-fashioned. When its fresh, it's hot, crispy on the outside, warm and soft on the inside, and the chocolate is perfect. Other donuts that are really awesome: the cinnamon-sugar old-fashioned and the pistachio cake donut. They also carry gluten free and vegan donuts. Their vegan donuts are great (Lemon-rosemary has been the best one I've had), but they have more of a muffiny consistency. The gluten-free are also delicious and are kept separate from other donuts in the display. They usually have 2 or 3 different varieties. Highly recommend this place.
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Stephanie Leopold
reviewed 3 weeks ago
This is the BEST place in the city for donuts. They have amazing donuts. Old fashions are the best I've ever had. Everything I've tasted from this place has Been heaven. It's pricey...a dozen will cost you over $30.
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Peter Staack
reviewed a month ago
Some of the best donuts I've had, from any shop in the Chicagoland area! I can't wait to go back, and try even more varieties.