Above all else, Boston has great donuts. I can’t remember the statistic offhand, but something like 600+ Dunkin’ Donuts have invaded the downtown area. In any case, I ran across another GREAT (and I mean that in the fullest extent possible) donut shop: Kane’s Donuts. Located in Saugus, this shop takes the art of donut creation to the next level. The donuts aren’t syrupy sweet (a la Krispy Kreme) nor are they processed mounds of dough (a la Dunkin’ Donuts). Rather, they’re the perfect blend of artisanship and taste; a veritable heaven of calories, fats, and….damn, they’re good. If you’re in the area, make sure you give them a call. (781) 233-8499 is the number and tell ’em that you found out about them here (or give Peter a “Hello!” for me). Thanks goes to Peter Delios, Operations Manager, for the simple pleasure of heavenly donuts.

2 Comments so far

  1. Em (unregistered) on August 31st, 2004 @ 5:00 am

    Boston has more Dunkin Donuts per capita than any other city. Why do we love donuts here so much?

  2. lizbet (unregistered) on August 31st, 2004 @ 7:20 am

    Dunkin Donuts originated in what, Quincy? It has Dunkin Donuts University in Braintree. Makes sense we’d have them more than others… but why there needs to be 4 on my mile & a quarter drive to work is a little beyond me.

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