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schrutefarms | Sep 21, 2013 04:21 PM

Donut Friend (York and Ave 51 in Highland Park) had a soft opening this week. After a (longish) wait, I'm happy to say my donut (The Spanish Bomb--Manchego and quince past in a traditional donut that is cut like a bagel and topped with a sugar glaze and toasted almonds) was totally worth it!! Everything is named after bands/songs (Chocolate from the Crypt, G.G. Almond, and so on) and has very interesting combos like goat cheese/strawberry jam/basil, cream cheese with a maple syrup, apple and cheddar, plus you can make your own (and there are a million toppings/spreads/nuts and spices to choose from!) Around $4-$4.50 per donut, but it was worth it. So good. It's going to be hard to resist going all the time. The donut itself was great, BTW...soft and chewy.

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