Address: 379 Grand St, New York, NY 10002
Phone: (212) 505-3700 ext. 379
Menu: View Online
What Time Does Doughnut Plant Open?
Saturday,: 8AM to 7PM
Sunday,: 8AM to 7PM
Monday,: 8AM to 4PM
Tuesday,: 8AM to 4PM
Wednesday,: 8AM to 7PM
Thursday,: 8AM to 7PM
Friday,: 8AM to 7PM
Doughnut Plant Reviews
Donut plant is good don’t get me wrong but they’re not like before the pandemic. Their donuts are made fresh all at 5am then distributed across stores in the morning. Certainly not going to be warm upon purchase but still flavorful
Great doughnuts and some unique flavors. Being able to choose between cake and yeast doughnuts is what really separates them from other bakeries.
Got here 30 mins after opening to grab our last meal/dessert in NYC and we ordered a bunch of doughnuts to try out! I think we go 8 doughnuts and our total was $33, so they’re not cheap.
We we’re so excited to eat them that we forgot to take a picture, and only took one after eating a few of them already!
Out of all of them I think my favorite were the Brooklyn Blackout and Blueberry. I normally don’t eat doughnuts, but I thought these were very light and fluffy! But definitely have some water with them because they’re very sweet.
Donuts are yummy. Don’t come late or they’ll be sold out. You can catch them on Too Good To Go and get 5 donuts in your $6 order.
The tres leches and coffee cake donuts are a favorite, definitely one of my favorite donut places in New York- try the tres leches or their signature creme brûlée! So glad they survived the pandemic and great to have them on the LES!
Awesome doughnuts!!! We tried the creme brulee, tres leche, vanilla glazed, and blueberry… they were all amazing! The woman that helped us was very nice. Definitely recommend this place!
Brilliant as always, love the continued delicious innovation and friendliness of the team. Only thing keeping it from give stars is options that were both Vegan and Gluten Free.
Our doughnut adventures continue… This place had so many reviews on yelp and google that we decided we couldn’t avoid checking it out. Their “Sourdoughnuts” stood out to me and are definitely different. The star was a Cacio e Pepe savory doughnut that was on sourdough. It was a little weird for the morning but very good. The guy behind the counter was sure to point out to us that this donut was not sweet.
We got there early but there was no wait at all. The decor inside is super cool and I’m glad we decided to make the walk down opposed to ordering online.
Personally, I preferred the cake doughnuts over the sourdough or filled square ones. The peach and tres leche doughnuts tasted best.
There are plenty of places to try but if you find yourself in the Lower East Side, definitely check this place out!
Went shortly after opening on a weekday and there was no line. Got the peanut butter and jelly, vanilla bean, varlhona chocolate, creme brûlée, coconut cream, carrot cake, and Brooklyn blackout. The donuts were pretty good – definitely better than Dough. I especially liked the carrot cake and coconut cream ones. Good experience and worth checking out.
Favorite donut shop in the city ! Coconut cream is my favorite but this mini hazelnut was fantastico!