Doughnut Dolly

Row 1

Details
482 49th St Ste B (Telegraph Ave)
Oakland, CA 94609
(510) 338-6738
Donuts
$
Hours
Wed–Sun: 8:00 AM–3:00 PM

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  • This Temescal Alley sweet spot will change the way you think about donuts. Everything here is made-to-order, piped with gourmet fillings, and never greasy.
  • Try a "naughty Mexican" doughnut. It's a mix of the naughty cream and the Mexican chocolate cream.
  • When ordering an iced coffee, there's no need to add anything else - not sugar, not honey...nothing. It's all in the bean and the extraction of that bean, and my golly, they know.
  • If you're looking at this foursquare page, go in and buy something. Fluffiest and most delicious donuts ever.
  • Try the Naughty Cream this morning. This pastry's bright, velvety vanilla bean crme filling is both naughty and nice. Just get here early: the daily selection routinely sells out by 1pm.
  • Naughty Cream filled. Oh yea!
  • The bourbon caramel is a bit underwhelming if you're expecting big bourbon flavor, but the standard "naughty" cream is excellent, and their jam-filled doughnuts are amazing. Today's was wild plum!
  • Mexican chocolate doughnut = the bomb
  • strawberry jam is fureel
  • The jelly!
  • I'll never eat Nutella again after trying a chocolate-hazelnut cream-filled doughnut
  • Holy mother.
  • Naughty cream with granulated sugar
  • Love this place. All the donut fillings are great
  • Doughnuts are a bit dry and fillings aren't very flavorful. Try it once just for kicks. Powdered sugar doughnut with peanut butter cream is the best choice.
  • oh man! you can't go wrong here. these doughnuts are like heaven.
  • Pick a puffy beignet like donut & stuff it full of whatever delicious filling they have available that day. The dark chocolate filling is worth it for those who prefer a chocolate spin on their donut.
  • Nasty Cream
  • Naughty cream filling and Bourbon cream sounds divine.
  • naughty cream and Mexican chocolate fillings all the way. having them separate instead of mixed is much better, so double up.