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Best of Donuts -California, Los Angeles

Best Donuts in California,Los Angeles


This list of the best DONUTS is comprised of mainly independently owned donut shops and places. However, there are a few chain donut shops that stand out and are a notch above the other chain shops, so we included them in this list.


Aliso Viejo, CA


Aliso Coffee and Donut House 

27782 Aliso Creek Rd , Aliso Viejo, CA 92656 

(949) 362-0831


Scott's Donuts 2

23411 Laguna Hills Dr , Aliso Viejo, CA 92656 



Anaheim, CA


50 Stars Donut Shop 

514 N Magnolia Ave, Anaheim, CA 92801-4937 

(714) 761-1100


Baker's Dozen Donuts 

3414 W Ball Rd , Anaheim, CA 92804-3726 

(714) 826-3686


Boston Donuts 

500 S Euclid, Anaheim, CA 92802-1251 

(714) 991-7123


Cindy Donuts 

3442 W Lincoln Ave, Anaheim, CA 92801-6032 

(714) 816-6639


M&M Donuts

This is one of the Top places

1614 W Katella Ave, Anaheim, CA 92802

(714) 490-0718 /

Comments: This is the donut place in the O.C. People are waiting two hours in line for donuts. Best time is early afternoon and week-days (10-15 min wait).


Beaumont, CA


Choco Donuts

     Oak Valley Pkwy. Beaumont, CA

     (951) 769-4443

     Comments: Good selection of donuts and bagels, including a good breakfast



Canoga Park, CA

Spudnuts Donuts

8225 Topanga Canyon Blvd

Canoga Park, CA 91304

(818) 348-5054 /


Chatsworth, CA

Earl’s Donuts

20429 Devonshire St., Chatsworth, CA 91311

(818) 341-2869


Colton, CA


Del Pilar Bakery & Donut Shop

183 E. H Street, Colton, CA 92324



Corona, CA


Bakers Dozen Donuts

325 S Main St., Corona, CA 92882

(951) 736-7571

Comments: One of the best in Corona and the surrounding areas. A great place to hang out and enjoy a hot cup of coffee and your favorite donut. All the locals visit this donut shop regularly.


Kristy’s Donuts and Bagels

1264 Border Ave. Corona, CA 92882

(951) 737-2730


Costa Mesa, CA


DK’s Donuts

2963 Fairview Rd,, Costa Mesa CA 92626

(714) 957-0975 /

Comments: This place takes donuts to the next level, they make every type of fancy and creative donut mixes to can imagine. Definately one of the best in SOCAL.


Oh Those Donuts

1734 Newport Blvd., Costa Mesa, CA 92627

(949) 646-4046

Comments: Great selection of donuts, always fresh.


Sidecar Doughnuts

270 E 17th St., Costa Mesa, CA 92627

(949) 887-2910 /

Comments: Great strawberry and huckleberry donuts, many choices and all good.


Fontana, CA


Miss Donut & Begal

9920 Sierra Ave., Fontana, CA 92335

(909) 371-0051

Comments: All your favorite fancy donuts and the filled are great too. Bagels are fresh and the ham and cheese w/ jalapeno croissant is the best.


Fountain Valley, CA


Donut Bar

18011 Newhope St., Fountain Valley, CA 92708

(714) 277-3656

Comments: Many great choices like the blueberry with Meyer lemon icing, salted caramel and Maple Bacon to name a few. My favorite is the strawberry split.


Kelly’s Donuts & Burgers

9475 Heil Ave, Fountain Valley, CA 92708

(714) 531-0288

Comments: Best DONUTS, my favorite is the strawberry croissant. If you’re looking for something different try their hamburger donut.


Fontana, CA


Donut Makers

16023 Baseline Ave., Fontana, CA 92336

(909) 357-3006

Comments: Great chocolate bars, and filled donuts, must try the cream puffs. Everything freshly baked daily.


Miss Donuts & Begels

9920 Sierra Ave., Fontana, CA 92335

(909) 371-0051

Comments: A large selection of donuts and bagels, they make a great flaky croissant.


Fullerton, CA


Zombie Donuts

802 E. Chapman Ave. Fullerton, CA

Comments: Every kind of donut from the peanut butter and jeyy to the maple with bacon.


Garden Grove, CA


Kings Donuts

10672 Garden Grove Blvd., Garden Grove, CA 92843

(714) 530-9570

Comments: Open 24/7 Some of the unique donuts: M&M donuts, Cherry glazed, Cheese danish croissant with raisins, and apple-filled bear claw donuts and many more.


Glendora, CA


The Donut Man

915 E. Route 66, Glendora, CA

(626) 335-9111

Comments: There are few places that I will go out of my way for and this is one of them. I live about 15 miles from this place and don’t think twice about going there for donuts. The first photo above shows a Donut Man employee hand filling the strawberry donuts. So many favorites we can’t mention them all. I suggestion, go with three or four friends and share so you can taste the different donuts.


Huntington Beach, CA


The Donuttery

17420 Beach Bl. CA 92647

(714) 847-7000

Comments: Donuttery is open 24/7, you can get fresh donuts anytime. They have special donuts like the maple bacon bar, red valvet, M&M donut, strawberry and blueberry donuts and much more. My favorites are the blueberry with lemon glaze. carrot cake and the chocolate covered Cronut (croissant donut).


Tony’s Donuts

3216 E Florence Ave, Huntington Park, CA 90255

(323) 587-6071 /

Comments: Great donuts but the best is they are open Open 24/7


Irvine, CA


Donut Star

5365 Alton Pkwy., Irvine, CA 92604

(949) 551-9744

Comments: Everything for the old fashion glazed to an apple fritter to a ham and cheese croissant.


Jannys Donuts

92 Corporate Park, Irvine, CA 92606

(949) 660-1807

Comments: A large selection of great donuts, my favorite is the Cronut, it’s a deep fried croissant filled with apple and cinnamon.


Mag’s Donut & Bakery

18066 Culver Dr., Irvine, CA 92612

(949) 786-1955

Comments: Great apple fritters and custard filled donuts.


Inglewood, CA


Randy’s Donuts

805 W. Manchester Blvd., Inglewood, CA

(310) 645-4707

Comments: Randy’s votes one of the ten best in America. Randy’s can be seen from blocks away, the large donut structure stands tall. Randy's has everything from glazed, cake, twists, apple fritters, bear claws, you name it, and none is a bad choice. But out of these classics, the jelly donuts are my favorite.


Laguna Hills, CA


Krazy Eddie’s Donuts & Begales

23052 Lake Forest Dr, Laguna Hills, CA 92653

(949) 454-0528

Comments: Great donuts and home made bagels. They make their oun cream cheese too.


Long Beach, CA


Broadway Donuts

     1200 E Broadway, Long Beach, CA 90802

(562) 432-6595

Comments: Good donuts and over 20 different types of coffee and several creamer to choose.


Los Angeles, CA


Baby Cakes

236 N. Larchmont Blvd., Los Angeles, CA

(855) 462-2292

Comments: The salted caramel doughnut cake and sticky sauce, is really the best, but the coconut is my favorite.


Bob’s Coffee and Donuts

6333 W. Third St., #450, Los Angeles, CA

(323) 933-8929

Comments: Bob's has a vintage feel; it’s located in the Original L.A. Farmers Market. Bob's has plenty of classic doughnuts, like the bear claw, the apple fritter and almighty glazed, but it's not so set in its ways, shaking it up with a few new-school varieties like Nutella.


Café Dulce

134 Japanese Village Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90012

(213) 346-9910 /

Comments: This place reminds me of “VooDoo Donuts” in Oregon. They have donuts with fruity pebbles cereal, donuts with smoked bacon, oreo donuts, green tea roti donuts, strawberry and many more to choose from.


California Donuts

3540 W. 3rd Street, Los Angeles, CA ( Koreatown)

(213) 385-3318 /

Comments: This place is located a couple od blocks west of Vermont, really worth the drive if you like fresh donuts. Some of the favorites include: chocolate cinnamon roll, coconut donuts, butterfly bear claw, panda donuts, maple bacon, and any of the filled donuts just to name a few. They also have jalapeño & ham and hot sausage croissants.


Donut Friend

5107 York Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90042 (Highland Park)

(213) 995-6191 /




6333 W. Third St., Los Angeles, CA

(323) 933-8446

Comments: This isn’t a donut-shop; it’s a Diner that in addition to a great menu has the best-glazed donuts in town. Another favorite is the bear claw isn't your run-of-the-mill, boasting a delicious almond filling. This place is a must anytime you’re at the Grove.


Erin McKenna’s

236 N. Larchmont Blvd., Los Angeles, CA

(855) 462-2292 /

Comments: This place is located in the Windsor Square. They have cupcakes, donuts, cookies, brownies and much more including cookie sandwiches. It’s a small place but don’t judge by the size because their sweets are fabulous…



8104 W. 3rd Street, Los Angeles, CA

(323) 592-3075 /

Comments: Some of the best donuts include: blueberry earl grey, strawberry buttermilk, cinnamon sugar, maple bacon, amd my favorite the Cherry Star Anise. Someone told me Los Angeles has the most donut shops per capita than anywhere else in the country. If one can stand out that says it all.


Frances Bakery & Donuts

404 E. 2nd Street, Los Angeles, CA

(213) 680-4899

Comments: Talk about fancy, you must try the come to mama donut and the flakey cronut, both are outstanding. Another favorite is the chocolate mouse cake.


Kettle Glazed Doughnuts

     6211 Franklin Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90028 
(Hollywood Hills)

     (323) 462-2344 /

                Comments: A favorite of many is the Boston Cream Donut, smores, old fashion, etc. This is one of those place where you buy a dozen of donuts and bit a piece off every donut before you finally decide which to eat, because they all look so good.


Maggie’s Donuts

2612 E. Sixth Street, Los Angeles, CA

(213) 383-1511

Comments: My favorite is the custard-filled iced chocolate bar, it’s custard-filled, served split down the middle.


Ms. Donuts

1353 Glendale Blvd., Los Angeles

(213) 484-0927

Comments: Best old fashion donuts in town.


Primo’s Donuts

2918 Sawtelle Blvd., Los Angeles

(310) 478-6930

Comments: Primo's has been doing its thing since 1956. It's a tiny shop that serves maybe a dozen or so varieties, but we recommend getting there early if you want the good stuff before it runs out. The buttermilk bars and glaze twists are my favorites.


Short Cake

6333 West Third Street
Los Angeles, CA 90036

(323) 761-7976

Comments: Amy trained at Spago with her friend and partner Nancy Silverton, and baking was her first love. Today, the baked goods at Short Cake represent some of the best of American desserts and Amy’s passion


SK’s Donuts & Croissants

5850 W 3rd St, Los Angeles, CA 90036

(323) 935-2409

Comments: Some suggestions include: blueberry donut, maple bacon donut, red velvet donut, and oreo donut. SK’s has been selling donuts in Los Angeles for over 25 years at multiple locations.



2775 Van Nuys Blvd., Los Angeles;

(818) 896-4678

Comments: If you love chocolate, do it all the way with the chocolate-frosted and chocolate chip-topped chocolate doughnut. Also, you must try the vanilla cruller, which is only lightly glazed, with a great vanilla flavor.


Stan’s Donuts

10948 Weyburn Ave., Los Angeles, CA

(310) 208-8660

Comments: Don’t be filled by looking for a donut shop, Stan's shares its space with the Flame Broiler. Its counter is full of unique varieties like the famous peanut butter banana and the giant pretzel-shaped twists that can be hard to choose between.


Moreno Valley, CA


Better Be Donuts

12266 Perris Blvd

Moreno Valley, CA 92557

Comments: Great selection of fancy donuts and stuffed croissants


Newport Beach, CA


Mag’s Donut & Bakery

1280 Bison Ave., Newport Beach, CA 92660

(949) 760-9278

Comments: Great apple fritters and custard filled donuts.

Seaside Bakery

2108 W Oceanfront, Newport Beach, CA 92663

(949) 675-2533

Comments: Open 24/7, for the late night folks. Great donuts here and the best ham & cheese croissants. Yes they carry Cronuts, they’re delicious and flakey.


Ontario, CA


Ontario Donuts

1923 E 4th St., Ontario, CA 91764

(909) 980-4518

Comments: Great quality old school style donuts.


Orange, CA


DK’s Donuts

3744 E. Chapman Ave. Orange, CA 92869

(714) 633-5858 /

Comments: This place takes donuts to the next level, they make every type of fancy and creative donut mixes to can imagine. Definately one of the best in SOCAL.


Friendly Donuts

4442 E Chapman Ave, Orange, CA 92869

(714) 538-4942

Comments: Kronuts are so tasty no need for fillings. Great donuts too.


Rancho Cucamonga, CA


Grand Slam Donuts and Ice Cream

     10078 Arrow Rte., Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

     (909) 941-9838

     Comments: Fresh donuts, I am sure you won’t be able to just but one. Fresh



Kalvin’s Donuts

     9721 Baseline Rd., Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91701

(909) 481-0229

Comments: The hard part about this place is leaving with only one dozen of donuts. They look smell and taste great, and good coffee too!


Redlands, CA


Mr. J’s Donut House

1591 W Redlands Blvd., Redlands, CA 92373

(909) 792-5866

Comments: Best jelly filled donuts in town and a really friendly family owned shop. Open 24/7


Riverside, CA


American Donut

     7026 Magnolia Ave., Riverside, CA 92506

     (951) 686-0366

     Comments: They have a great variety of donuts, my favorites: cinnamon twist, crumb, cinnamon roll, and the chocolate chip. Most important this is one of those friendly places that you want to come back to just because people appreciate your business.


Fresh Donuts

     781 W Blaine St. Ste B, Riverside, CA 92507

(951) 682-5648

Comments: Open 24 hours & they have awesome glazed blueberry cake doughnuts.


Linda’s Donuts

3950 Pierce St., Riverside, CA

(951) 351-8288

Comments: A family owned business that takes great pride in their donuts. Great selection but if you bet there afternoon the picking are few, another good sign of a good donut place. My favorite is the ham and cheese croissants.


Mr. Blue’s Donut Shop

2995 Van Buren Blvd, Riverside, CA 92503

(951) 688-3225



Linda’s Donuts

3950 Pierce St, Ste H, Riverside, CA 92505

(951) 351-8288


Woodcrest Donuts

     19510 Van Buren Blvd., Riverside, CA 92508

(951) 653-5054

Comments: So many great donuts don’t know which to mention. They have your favorite for sure. My favorite is the maple bar with bacon chips on top. Fresh donuts daily and if you want a large selection better get there early.


San Diego, CA


Donut Bar

631 B St., San Diego, CA 92101

(619) 255-6360 /

Comments: Are you ready for the Strawberry Split donut, cake batter donut, butterbeer donut or how about a psycho donut? If you answered yes to any or all of the donuts you must visit the Donut Bar.


Donut Panic

     6171 Mission Gorge Rd., San Diego, CA 92120 

     (619) 280-1894

     Comments: This is the place to try something different like Almond Orange,

     Maple Bacon, Bavarian cream, and vegan donuts. These donuts aren’t greasy

     and always fresh


Donut Star

     601 W Washington St., San Diego, CA 92103 
(b/t 5th Ave & 6th Ave)

(619) 542-180

Comments: One of the best in San Diego. I suggest you try the cream filled buttermilk donuts.



Golden Donut

2360 University Ave., San Diego, CA (North Park)

(619) 298-2352


Rose Donuts

5201 Linda Vista Rd., San Diego, CA 92110

(619) 294-8856

Comments: Rose donuts, has nothing fancy and everything classic. There are jelly filled D's, twisted D's, French D's, old fashion D's, chocolate D's, sugar D's, etc. Don’t forget to try their apple fritter and cinnamon rolls.

Surfin’ Donuts

26861 Trabuco Rd., Mission Viejo, CA

(949) 455-1450

Comments: Great donuts and much more, including a full breakfast menu.


Santa Ana, CA


DK’s Donuts

1816 N Tustin Ave., Santa Ana, CA 92725

(714) 543-6602 /

Comments: This place takes donuts to the next level, they make every type of fancy and creative donut mixes to can imagine. Definately one of the best in SOCAL.


Luv n Donuts

1421 W MacArthur Blvd., Santa Ana, CA 92704

(714) 556-6392

Comments: Good selection of fresh donuts and my favorite the jalapeño ham & cheese croissant.


Santa Monica, CA

Milo and Olive

2723 Wilshire Blvd.
Santa Monica, CA 90403

(310) 453-6776



Tustin, CA


DK’s Donuts

1082 Irvine Blvd., Tustin, CA 92780

(714) 731-1431

Comments: This place takes donuts to the next level, they make every type of fancy and creative donut mixes to can imagine. Definitely one of the best in SOCAL.


Donut Star

13165 Jamboree Rd. Tustin, CA 92782

(714) 731-7473

Comments: One of the best apple fritters in the OC right here! The ham and cheese croissants are big enough for two people.


Upland, CA


Upland Donuts

1627 N. Mountain Ave, Upland, CA 91784

(909) 946-8198

Comments: Great tasting donuts and cronuts too! Try the cream puffs and the chocolate bars both are favorites.


Whittier, CA


Donut Express

     14748 Whittier Blvd Ste E., Whittier, CA 90605

(562) 464-0116

Comments: Not just great donuts they have great breakfast sandwiches too!


Winchell’s Donuts

6502 Greenleaf Ave., Whittier, CA 90601

(562) 698-5719

Comments: This is not your ordinary Winchell’s Donut place. They new owners operate this place like a trendy coffee house. The donuts are always fresh and the make them through the day so you can usually get a hot donut anytime during the day. I live about 30 miles from Whittier, and always make a special trip to buy their honey brand muffins by the dozen. Several times they were out and the owner make them fresh for me (yes I had to wait 45 minutes, but its worth it) By the way who will make donuts by request! BEST WINCHELL’S!!!


Wilmington, CA


Jack’s Donuts

     408 W Pacific Coast Hwy., Wilmington, CA 90744 

     (310) 549-4327

     Comments: One of the best apple fritters in the area.


Smile Donut House

     445 E Anaheim St., Wilmington, CA 90744 

     (310) 830-0538



Woodland Hills, CA


Blinkies Donuts

4884 Topanga Canyon Blvd.
Woodland Hills, CA 91364

(818) 884-4456

Comments: Blinkie's has been established since the late 1960's, a landmark of the famous Topanga Canyon. We have been making our donuts daily in house ever since...Always looking for the best ingredients available, we are proud to serve Non-Transfat Donuts!!!






Doughnuts have a disputed history. One theory suggests they were invented in North America by Dutch settlers, Indeed, in the 19th century; doughnuts were sometimes referred to as one kind of (a Dutch word literally meaning "oil cake"), a "sweetened cake fried in fat.

Hanson Gregory, an American, claimed to have invented the ring-shaped doughnut in 1847 aboard a lime-trading ship when he was only 16 years old. Gregory was dissatisfied with the greasiness of doughnuts twisted into various shapes and with the raw center of regular doughnuts. He claimed to have punched a hole in the center of dough with the ship's tin pepper box, and later taught the technique to his mother.

According to anthropologist Paul R. Mullins, the first cookbook mentioning doughnuts was an 1803 English volume, which included doughnuts in an appendix of American recipes. By the mid-19th century, the doughnut looked and tasted like today’s doughnut, and was viewed as a thoroughly American food.

A fourth theory on their origin came to light in 2013, appearing to predate all previous claims, when a recipe for "dow nuts" was found in a book of recipes and domestic tips written in 1800 by the wife of Baron the recipe being given to the dowager Baroness by an acquaintance who transcribed for her the cooking instructions of a local delicacy, the "Hertfordshire nut".



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