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  1. Sugar Shack Donuts is another soon-to-be addition to the area near the Braddock Road Metro. Sugar Shack made USA Today's list of Top 10 best doughnut shops earlier this year. Things are definitely picking up in the Northwest quadrant of Old Town, with more to come. And they're hiring, according to the signs in the windows. The latest news, and links to previous stories from Red Brick Town can be found here.
  2. I've been eagerly awaiting the opening of the new Dupont Circle Fractured Prune. The store was expected to open in August 2006, and I was wondering what was happening. I found on the MetroPrune website that they're now expecting to open in late October. And there's a Free Donut Night a-coming! Rockville Town Square is also getting one, as is Arlington. I've never been to one before, but I'm intrigued by the toppings.
  3. I remember the first time I saw Randy's Donuts - I got this huge smile on my face. Randy's Donuts is opening a second location in Century City Mall this summer, and the original location has been open since 1953, qualifying them for our "Oldest Restaurants in the Los Angeles Area" list.
  4. Hey friends! I just added an event to the calendar and wanted to let you know about it here, in the Events and Gatherings forum, too. I'm planning the 2nd Annual DC Donut Crawl and would love to have more people in the DC food community join us as we bike to the best doughnut shops in DC, all to benefit a wonderful non-profit called Food For Life. Check out the event for more info and register here if you'd like to join us. Thanks heaps! Peace! ~Erik
  5. Twinsdaddy's post piqued my interest so I went on a doughnut mission. Milan Bakery & Miss Doughnut (7167 Lee Hwy, Falls Church) is in a small strip just down the road and on the other side of the street from Elevation Burger. Most of their yeast and cake doughnuts were standard varieties, but I did see a sign for pumpkin doughnuts in front of an empty tray. I also saw a sign for saltenas on the counter which sounded interesting, but that tray was also empty. There were other baked goods in a glass case. I bought (and tasted) five doughnuts: glazed, Bavarian cream, double chocolate, to
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