Devil’s Dozen Donut Shop
Address: 2001 Kettner Blvd, San Diego, CA 92101, United States
Phone: +1 619-780-0914
Menu: View Online
What Time Does Devil’s Dozen Donut Shop Open?
Saturday,: 8AM to 1PM
Sunday,: 8AM to 1PM
Monday,: 7AM to 1PM
Tuesday,: 7AM to 1PM
Wednesday,: 7AM to 1PM
Thursday,: 7AM to 1PM
Friday,: 7AM to 1PM
Devil’s Dozen Donut Shop Reviews
The donuts tasted amazing. The chocolate and vanilla donuts were fresh out of the oven and glazed which made them taste even better. They had a good selection of donuts that seemed to be constantly replenished. I am only giving 4 stars because of the really long wait time. We waited almost 45 mins in line to get these donuts even though there were at most 8 people in front of us. If they can figure out their wait time, I will definitely come here more often.
What a Beautiful Dounut Shop! Puts all others to shame for ambience and coolness factor! Looks like they sell out early, we were only able to try the Powdered Donut holes. Good not great.
Melanie Riveira Vargas
Upstairs patio is adorned with trendy furniture and a beautiful display of succulents and vine plants. Feels welcoming and relaxing! great coffee and so many wonderfully unique donut flavors to choose from!!
Great donuts, friendly staff with great service, and an awesome upstairs patio to enjoy your treats on. It did take them a minute to make our coffee but it wasn’t a terrible wait and everything we had was worth waiting for.
Amazing delicious donuts!
Just make sure to choose wisely or you’ll just end up selling your soul for donuts!!
Fresh and delicious donuts. We tried mexican chocolate and raspberry cheesecake flavours. Very nice environment upstairs.
You might be confused by the reviews and it might go to say it depends on your taste. I agree that the service could be improved and more efficient but i really enjoy their donuts. It reminds me of Krispy Kreme donuts with a nice outer texture but the inside is so light, chewy and melt in your mouth. They have different flavors all the time to keep it interesting and I’ll go as far to say that it’s the best donut I’ve ever had. I think it’s worth trying to see if you enjoy it as much as I did.
I’ve attempted to enjoy these donuts a handful of times, but they’re usually sold out of all of the unique flavors and (as others have mentioned) the time involved in purchasing donuts is prohibitive so I typically go elsewhere. When I went last week, I noticed this sign around the side of the shop for the first time. Not sure how long it’s been up, but wow- I will not be spending money here anymore.
Alternative suggestions to the disgusting posting that discourages both hungry and helping humans: include an option upon checkout that allows for donating the cost of a donut to someone who would enjoy it and might be seen by staff later, post a sign of encouragement to the San Diegans who are unhoused nearby to direct them to mutual aid groups downtown that can offer more food, and/or take those donated donuts to the groups of humans on Kettner at the end of the day instead of the alleged organizational middleman.
“Stop by if you are hungry!” places still enjoy good business and make for much better vibes; please seek those establishments instead if you have donut money to spend.
Stopped by on the way to the Little Italy Farmer’s Market last Saturday. Got the Guava Creamcheese and the Blueberry Cheesecake for $7 total! I would recommend both, but I can honestly say that that Guava Creamcheese is the best donut I have ever had. Thank you for the great experience, Maddie!
Donuts are top notch! Vanilla bean was my favorite. Coffee was great too!