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Top 15 Best Donut Shops in Las Vegas

There’s no better place to indulge your senses than Las Vegas. And no better way to delight your taste buds than with a top notch donut!

If you’re looking to combine the two, you’ve come to the right place. We’re going to take a tour of the prime places in Sin City to satisfy your donut craving. And we’ll give you all the info you need to make your choice.

Ready? Then step this way for a festival of donut delights!

Best Donuts in Las Vegas

1.  Donut Bar

Donut Bar

  • 124 South 6th Street #140, Las Vegas, NV 89101
  • Tel: 702 550 4646

Just a three-minute walk from the Fremont Street Experience, the Donut Bar offers both walk-up and drive-through services. You can dine in too – and the choice of flavors makes it well worth taking your time to savor the experience.

You’ll find all the classics here, as well as contemporary offerings like caramel latte, Chocolate Euphoria and mud pie. There are savory options too, like vegan grilled cheese and French toast.

And it’s open seven days a week. Opening hours are from 7am to 1pm on weekdays, and from 8am to 1pm on the weekends. Just make sure you get in quick – they often sell out past midday.

 

2. Real Donuts

Real Donuts

  • 1811 West Charleston Boulevard #1, Las Vegas, NV 89102
  • Tel: 702 388 9958

There’s nothing flashy about Real Donuts. But if you’re happy to get take-out or delivery, you can enjoy some high quality donutty goodness.

As you’d expect from the name, donuts take center stage on the menu. But you can also choose from a good selection of Danish pastries, croissants and specialty cakes. Wash them down with a coffee – or a tasty smoothie, if you fancy adding some vitamins.

It’s open every day, and early birds with a donut craving will appreciate the 5am start time. On Mondays through Fridays, it closes at 4pm. Closing time is 3pm on Saturdays and 2pm on Sundays.

 

3. Donut Tyme

Donut Tyme

  • 4268 East Charleston Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV 89104
  • Tel: 702 459 2106

Donut Tyme is more utilitarian than it is beautiful. But it’s been in Vegas for more than 40 years, so you know they’re doing something right.

The donuts are baked fresh throughout the day (and night), and there’s a huge range of flavors. Plus there are plenty of vegan options, plus a good beverage menu.

You can dine in here, or collect your donuts to eat at home. There’s no delivery service, but it’s open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. So whenever your donut desires strike, it’s there to respond!

 

4. Master Donuts

Master Donuts

  • In Bolero Plaza, 2300 East Desert Inn Road Unit 11, Las Vegas, NV 89169
  • Tel: 702 796 1790

Head inside Bolero Plaza to find Master Donuts. It’s an unassuming strip-mall donut bar, but don’t be deceived: the donuts here are excellent.

They’re made fresh by hand every day, and there’s loads of choice. There’s a good selection of lunch snacks too, including a ham and cheese croissant that customers rave about.

You can dine in or get take-out, but this is another case where delivery isn’t available. The shop is open seven days a week, from 3.30am to 1pm.

 

5. Dulce Donuts

Dulce Donuts

  • 701 North Decatur Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV 89108
  • Tel: 702 822 4493

Dulce Donuts is an unpretentious donut shop with a great selection of flavors at a competitive price. The dough is always fresh, and the friendly and helpful customer service gets rave reviews too.

Besides the donuts, you can choose from a wide range of fresh juices and smoothies. And if you’re in the mood for something different to satisfy your sweet tooth, they do a great selection of ice cream too.

The shop is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. And whatever day or time you call, you can either dine in or collect your donuts to enjoy at home. Dulce don’t offer a delivery service though.

 

6. Real Donut #2

Real Donut #2

  • In Nedco Plaza, 3005 East Charleston Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV 89104
  • Tel: 702 384 5990

Situated inside Nedco Plaze on West Charlston Boulevard, Real Donut #2 is an unassuming little place. But real donut lovers know just how much it has to offer.

There’s a wide selection of flavors, plus good quality coffee to wash them down with. You can pick up in-store or dine in. And if you can’t face leaving home, this is a donut shop that’s happy to deliver.

It’s open from 5.30 am to 7.30pm, Monday to Saturday. So if you fancy a donut with afternoon tea, it’s a great choice. Note that on Sundays it closes an hour earlier.

 

7. Yonutz

Yonutz

  • In Centennial Gateway, 5765 Centennial Center Boulevard Suite 180, Las Vegas, NV 89149
  • Tel: 702 483 6593

Located inside Centennial Gateway, Yonutz is a haven for donut lovers. And it’s particularly good for those who want to tuck into their donuts in the comfort of their own home. As well as dine-in and takeout, Yonutz will deliver your donuts to your door.

They specialize in both donuts and ice cream – and also put the two together in what they call “smash donuts”. Their innovative approach has seen them win the Dessert Awards in both 2019 and 2020.

There’s a regularly changing menu of specials including options like the Nutella Crunch Smash Donut. This features a donut filled with Cookies ‘n’ Cream ice-cream and topped with chopped Oreos, a Nutella drizzle and butter crunch pieces.

Yonutz is open seven days a week from 7am. Closing time is 9pm Sunday through Thursday, and 10pm on Friday and Saturday nights.

 

8. Winchell’s

Winchell’s

  • 401 North Eastern Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89101
  • Tel: 702 384 3463

Winchell’s is the largest donut chain in the western United States. And it prides itself on its hot and fresh donuts.

The menu here is positively gargantuan. Choose from bars, twists, cake donuts, old fashioneds, raised rings, holes and more. There’s a myriad of flavors and toppings too, plus bagels, croissants, muffins and other pastries.

There’s also a wide selection of savory sandwiches, plus specialty drinks. Options include licuado, raspado, a Wild Berry Chilla and a caramel flavored iced coffee.

It’s open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

 

9. Coco Donuts

Coco Donuts

  • Lone Mountain Plaza, 10040 West Cheyenne Avenue #145, Las Vegas, NV 89129
  • Tel: 702 562 2626

Head inside Lone Mountain Plaza to find Coco Donuts. Unfussy on the outside, this donut shop features a huge range of classic, specialty and fancy donuts.

Glazed and cake donuts, donut holes, fruit filled, French crullers, iced, fritters, bear claws and sprinkles – you’ll find them all here! And there’s also a very tasty ham and cheese croissant if you’re having a savory moment.

All the donuts here are handmade fresh every day. They’re open from 6am to 5pm Monday to Thursday. The rest of the week the hours are 6am to 1pm. There’s no dine in option, but you can get take-out or order online for delivery to your doorstep.

 

10. Wicked Donuts

Wicked Donuts

  • 9490 W Lake Mead Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89134
  • Tel: 725 204 8615

Chef Robert Teddy is the genius behind Wicked Donuts – and he makes some seriously impressive donuts.

They include the Strawberry Love – a cronut filled and topped with strawberries and whipped cream. Or there’s the Sticky Sinn-a-Bun Raised, with a sticky glaze and toasted pecans. Or the Caramel Sutra, the Bugsy Bullseye, the My Favorite Martian Strawberry Green Tea – the list goes on.

You can dine in, get takeout, or order online for delivery to your door.  There’s a loyalty program too, allowing you to collect points with every order. And you’ll get $5 off any order on your birthday.

The shop is open seven days a week. From Monday to Thursday, the opening hours are 5.30am to 12pm. There’s later closing at 3pm on Fridays and Saturdays, and 2pm on Sundays.

 

11. The Original Doughnut Bar

The Original Doughnut Bar

  • 2625 South Decatur Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV 89102
  • Tel: 702 331 4478

At the family-owned and run Original Doughnut Bar, all the donuts are made from scratch every day. You can choose to have your donuts infused with alcohol for a grown-up treat, or keep them as they come.

Original options include the Boston cream, apple fritter, chocolate glazed, chocolate or maple bar and cinnamon twist. Amongst the signature donuts are peach cobbler, lemon meringue, s’mores, tiramisu and coconut cream pie.

And if you like your donut with a little something extra, consider the liquor-infused selection. This includes limoncello, Bailey’s strawberry cheesecake, pina colada and blood orange tequila.

The shop is open every day for drive-through or delivery. Opening times are the same daily, from 6am to 4pm.

 

12. Mochidon

Mochidon

  • 333 West Saint Louis Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89102
  • Tel: 702 715 8979

Mochidon specialize in mochi donuts, a delicious fusion of traditional American donuts and Japanese mochi, or rice cakes. They have a sweet flavor and a chewy texture that’s quite different from standard donuts.

Buy them by the dozen or half dozen. And select your choice of flavors from options including ube coconut, Cinna crunch, milk and cereal, chocolate pebbles and strawberry shortcake.

The location is a factory building shared with various other food production outlets. Finding it takes some perseverance – and when you get there, ordering at the kiosk isn’t straight forward. The easier option is to preorder online and either pick up your donuts or – better yet – get them delivered.

Mochidon is open daily from 11am to midnight.

 

13. Blooming Buns Bakehouse

Blooming Buns Bakehouse

  • Durango Square, 7785 North Durango Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89131
  • Tel: 702 444 4801

Blooming Buns Bakehouse is the home of delicious, generously sized brioche donuts and beignets. And there’s a huge range to choose from.

The brioche donuts come in twelve different flavors, including Callebaut Mint Crumble, Dulce Pecan Crunch and Nutella Ferrero. The dough is made from scratch every day and left to ferment overnight for a light, fluffy texture and buttery flavor.

Their filled donuts are every bit as exciting. Fillings include pistachio white chocolate, caramel honeycomb, chocolate velvet mousse, mango mascarpone and peaches and cream. Even more options are available on the weekend, with specials like Campfire S’mores and Boston Cream.

The shop is open five days a week, staying closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. Opening hours are 9am to 5pm Wednesday to Friday, and 10am to 6pm on weekends.

 

14. Glaze Doughnuts

Glaze Doughnuts

  • 6545 South Fort Apache Road #130, Las Vegas, NV 89148
  • Tel: 708 246 2888

Located in the Southwest of Las Vegas, Glaze Doughnuts make fresh doughnuts by hand throughout the day.

Their range is divided into three different sections – classic, tasty and fancy. Amongst their specialties are the horchata and churro, peanut butter with Reese’s Pieces and blueberry cinnamon toast. Yum!

You can order online at their website or through a range of different delivery services. Takeout is available too. The shop is open from 6am to 3pm, seven days a week.

 

15. Carl’s Donuts

Carl’s Donuts

  • 3170 East Sunset Road Suite F, Las Vegas, NV 89120
  • Tel: 702 283 7079

Carl’s started life in 1963 as a walk-up donut shop in California. Since then, it’s relocated, and for some years the focus was on a successful wholesale business. The shop on East Sunset Road is a return to Carl’s retail roots, with a great range of super-tasty donuts.

The aim, they say, is to keep to “the simple elegance and nostalgia of a classic donut”. Here you’ll find flavors like berries and cream, German chocolate cake and cannoli old fashioned. There are also plenty of bars and rings, and specialties like apple fritters and tiger tails.

You can order online for delivery or collect your takeout in person. The shop is open from 6am to 2pm on weekdays, and from 7am to 2pm on weekends.

 

Donut Time!

That brings us to the end of our mouth-watering tour of the best donuts in Las Vegas! We hope you’ve found something to satisfy your craving.

Whether you’re looking for classic or fancy, simple glazes or ice-cream donut mash-ups, there’s an option here to suit.

And with so many to choose from, why not start your search for the perfect donut right now?

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