Doughnut Plant laid its roots in owner Mark Israel's Lower East Side basement in the ‘90s, and grew to be a leader of New York City’s new-wave doughnut craze. DP now has outposts across New York and Tokyo, and its popularity continues to spread thanks to seasonal specialty items (coconut-lime and rose petal) and beloved inventions (a jelly-filled peanut butter doughnut and the three-ring Ripple Doughnut). But it’s the game-changing creme brulée doughseed with a crisp shell and creamy vanilla innards that takes the cake -- or glazed icing -- every time.
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1. Doughnut Plant 220 W 23rd St, New York, NY 10011 (Chelsea)