The recent cold snap has had far-reaching effects–on the Donut Man’s famous strawberry doughnuts. They’ll be arriving later this year. In the meantime, if you venture out to Glendora, cross your fingers that you can get some other kind of freshly made doughnuts (try bear claws or apple fritters). That’s pretty likely, since they’re open 24 hours. Warm and gooey, this is doughnut perfection, says Dommy. But gossamered reports getting some not-so-fresh ones–proof that it pays to ask.

The unusual combo of chocolate chip-peanut butter-chunks of fresh banana can be found, in a doughnut, at Stan’s Donut Shop. When fresh, Arthur says it’s outrageously delicious.

For traditional doughnuts, Primo’s delivers. Well, they don’t actually deliver (I don’t think), but their doughnuts, including the superlative buttermilk bars, are well done indeed.

The oh-so Beverly Hills doughnut shop Fritelli offers high-concept flavors with the promise of high-quality ingredients, but gussied up in perfect icing as they are, you certainly don’t get the feeling they’re fresh from the fryer.

Donut Man [Inland of LA]
915 E. Route 66, Glendora

Stan’s Donuts [West San Fernando Valley]
658 Moorpark Rd., Thousand Oaks

Stan’s Corner Donut Shoppe [Westside]
10948 Weyburn Ave., Los Angeles

Primo’s Westdale Doughnuts [Westside]
2918 Sawtelle Blvd., Los Angeles

Fritelli Doughnuts & Coffee [Beverly Hills]
350 N. Canon Dr., Beverly Hills

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