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Peter Pan Donut & Pastry Shop
Donut Shop$
Today 4:30 am – 8:00 pm
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727 Manhattan Ave Brooklyn, NY 11222
727 Manhattan AvenueUSNew York11222
$Donut ShopToday 4:30 am – 8:00 pm
Monday 4:30 am – 8:00 pmTuesday 4:30 am – 8:00 pmWednesday 4:30 am – 8:00 pmThursday 4:30 am – 8:00 pmFriday 4:30 am – 8:00 pmSaturday 5:00 am – 8:00 pmSunday 5:30 am – 7:00 pm
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Old-school bakery with counter seating, serving up donuts & pastries, plus shakes & egg creams.- Google
"Red velvet cake donuts."
"I've tried them in many places but Peter pan has them tastiest!"
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Sowoon Cho
a month ago
I love this place. Do try the various donut flavors but my favorites are red velvet and cinnamon-coated cruller. Their coffee is very nice as well so make sure to have a seat and enjoy the donut with coffee! No frills, old fashioned coffee shop vibe is sweet.
Koji Yamada
2 weeks ago
Regular customer. Exceptional taste without being one of these pretentious, overpriced flash in the pan places. Great value and the regular food (bacon egg and cheese on a toasted bialy) is excellent as well. Bavarian Eclair, Cream Chocolate Sprinkle, Chocolate Mousse Donut, some of my favorites.
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Hello Gregory
4 weeks ago
I have eaten many doughnuts from many places and these were delicious. Reasonable prices and a nice area to hang out in. Worth the trip and loved the string around the box, nice touch!
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Kevin Chan
9 months ago
I stop by and always go for a glazed, old fashioned, or boston cream. But now i discovered the apple pie as well. All 4 are great and has the taste of a classic doughnut. Airy and moist for the yeast donuts and moist and light for the cake donuts. Shop has a old school charm of a classic bakery and the service was great.
Caroline Bergmann
2 weeks ago
Went in for the first time yesterday.. Heaven! Nice oldschool look inside. Not expensive at all and the true flavorbomb! Apple crump was my favorite.
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Oswaldo Wilder
a month ago
This place is a staple in the neighborhood, but it's really just not as good as it's hyped. I've been coming here every few months thinking that my memory of the doughnuts and tarts and other treats is wrong, but every time it's the same feeling of non-excitement when I bite in. The best way I can describe it is that it's a good bad-doughnut, or a good bad-tart, etc. Kinda like the doughnuts and pastries you'd get at a supermarket. Sure it's a cheap fix for a sugar craving. And it's not bad per se, but the options you have all over the boroughs, I wouldn't waste my calories here.
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Jiann Mok
4 months ago
Pros: - cream-filled Bavarian donut (fluffy donut, smooth & lightly sweetened cream) - perfect filling distribution (each bite had a good ratio of filling to dough) - red velvet - coconut - honey dip - quick service - GREAT prices (~ $1 per donut) - cute, old-fashioned, homey decor Cons: - it was a little confusing where to get in line because the shop was bustling with activity, but I think it adds to the charm :) - normal doughnuts don't cut it for me anymore (I used to be obsessed with Doughnut Plant, but PETER PAN WINS at life) Bottom line: I went because Tina Fey told me to and I love Tina Fey so much so how could I not. To this day, the Bavarian cream donut is the best donut I've ever eaten and I can't wait to return.
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Tom -
9 months ago
Dawg this place was alright. Saw a lotta raving about it so I had ta stop in. Lemme just preface this by saying I'm from suburban midwestern america so I'm used to quaint little bakeries in every lil town with a lot of "oh ya sure you betcha" talk and that ish aint get NO fanfare. No celebration it's just there. Aint no hip urbanites comin from across town to check em out. So what I got here was a big city replication of that experience. At least the prices was good like a buck ten per donut. That's nice. No frills little diner looking interior was classic and authentic. However the service was a bit...... how do I say.... snippy. That's new yoaak for ya though. Mite be fun to just hang out there for a few minutes just to hear how people say coffee "KWAAfee". I got a chocolate sprinkle raised one, a cinnamon powder cake one and a chocolate cake one. The raised one was unusually good like a lil buttery creamy almost, it was nice. Made me say mmhmm as I ate it. The cake ones was just dry and crusty. Now maybe it was cuz I came in at like 4pm and the ish been sittin there for like 12 hours but that aint no excuse cuz this is america and donuts are a priority. If you want something quaint this might fit the bill but also you probly in the wrong city anyway. For a donut in this city I say go all out and get Doughnut Plant. It's hip as F, expensive as H, gourmet as a MF, but it's unique and dam good. 3 stars for this ish. Ain't nothin super special rightchere.
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