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The best donuts in Toronto

Published On 10/08/2013 Published On 10/08/2013
Girl with donuts at Little Nicky's Toronto
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1. Delux 92 Ossington Ave, Toronto, M6J 2Z4

What this Ossington St resto lacks in size (it can hold only about 30 people), it makes up in superior service and in the quality of the food, especially if you're ordering the cinnamon-dusted donut holes.

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2. Glory Hole Doughnuts 1596 Queen St W, Toronto, (Queen St West)

Owner and operator Ashley Jacot De Boinod has more than just a great sense of humor, she's also serving up some of the premier donuts and pastries in Toronto, including her acclaimed Boston Cream donut.

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3. Jelly Modern Doughnuts 376 College St, Toronto, M5T 1S6 (Kensington Market)

Originating in a Calgary location and heading east, Jelly Modern has a constantly changing menu that features a variety of donuts and pastries that are always made fresh, in-house.

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5. Harbord Room 89 Harbord St, Toronto, M5S 1G4 (The Annex)

Cocktails and their expert mixologists have carved out a scene in Toronto, with restaurants manned by seriously in-the-know bartenders, and equipped with good cocktails lists to match, supporting the renaissance. This pretty, pink-walled, Harbord Street restaurant might be pretty well-known for its burgers for one, but you can't look past the dessert-like cocktail offerings, like the pineapple cocktail served in shareable portions. And don't forget the dessert options themselves, which include Silicina-style donuts made fresh with ricotta batter and orange zest.

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