After a class C and I took recently, we made it just in time to visit Glam Doll Donuts. We walked in a half an hour before closing which lowered our selection. The lady behind the counter was very friendly and helpful to us first timers.
It was a cute place with mid century style decor. I really liked the light fixtures. We sat in the back to enjoy our purchase. There was even what looked like a vintage photo booth. I am not fully sure which station we were listening to, but The Smiths were playing on the speakers.
C ordered a hot chocolate to go with his donuts. I ordered a coke with mine. We started to enjoy our donuts and quickly realized that the quirky donuts with more unusual flavors were far better than the plain donuts. Chris liked his Daddy Dearest. I enjoyed the Cosmopolitan Girl. The Sugar Kane was okay, but not brilliant. C said that he likes his hot chocolate a bit sweeter, but then again C has a serious sweet tooth. I needed something fizzy.
We both agreed that for a more simple doughnut, the better place to visit is Mel-O-Glaze Bakery and Donuts. Their doughnut holes are tremendous. They also make lovely but rich fresh carrot cake with pineapple pieces rather than raisins. C loved his apple fritter. He did not love his Lemon Poppy seed item. The decor is not great, but it is low key and the service is friendly enough. We both felt that Mel-O-Glaze was a better deal for us at this time.
Bye for now.