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Operated by actor Dwight Henry, the Buttermilk Drop Cafe serves a a wide variety of breakfast sandwiches, breakfast platters, and donuts, specializing in their namesake 'nut, the Buttermilk Drop.
Daddy's stems from three family-owned bakeries and they continue the tradition of churning out delicious donuts and pastries, the best of which might be their tasty apple fritter.
Tastee McKenzie's has been a staple in the New Orleans pastries scene for awhile now, earning their fame through their fresh-made donuts, especially their buttermilk drops.
Baker's Dozen is famous around the NOLA area for having some of the freshest donuts and pastries around, and if they have the red light on, that means they literally just finished a batch that is ready for your enjoyment.
Established in 1949, Tracey's is an Irish Channel favorite, slinging booze, po-boys, and gourmet soups, in front of 20 televisions, as well as housing the Upper 9 Doughnut Company every Saturday.
Originally opened by three NOLA police officers (and now with multiple locations), Blue Dot is famous for its Bacon Maple Long Johns, PB&J donut, Red Velvet w/ Cream Cheese donut, and its gigantic apple fritters.