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Johnny Doughnuts in San Francisco (Photos, Menu, Reviews & Ratings)

Johnny Doughnuts

Address: 392 Fulton St, San Francisco, CA 94102, United States

Phone: +1 415-400-5078

Price: $$

Menu: View Online

Rating: 4.5

Website: http://www.johnnydoughnuts.com/

What Time Does Johnny Doughnuts Open?

Saturday,: 7AM to 6PM

Sunday,: 7AM to 6PM

Monday,: 7AM to 6PM

Tuesday,: 7AM to 6PM

Wednesday,: 7AM to 6PM

Thursday,: 7AM to 6PM

Friday,: 7AM to 6PM

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Johnny Doughnuts Reviews

Alison Barnes

Amazing coffee and doughnut shop in the Hayes district of San Francisco. They have a huge range, and the vegan doughnuts are delicious! in my experience it’s good to get in early for the vegan doughnuts as they sell out fast. Loved the music choices being played. Coffee is good too, but the doughnuts are better !!

Y S

Great people, atmosphere and most of all immense flavor. The people behind this business care about their customers and ingredients. Their cronut is better than Dominique ansels bakery in New York. If you are unhappy that cruffins no longer exist in SF, this is the place to go instead!

Donna Cook

We were in town for business and this place was a block from our hotel. Tried on a whim. Ridiculous donuts, so good. Nothing too fancy, but they did the basics better than anyone. Their risen dough is fluffy, chewy, moist. The old fashioned were spiced, cakey, crust on the edges with a hint of salt to cut the sweet. Honestly the best donuts I’ve ever had. If you’re nearby, definitely check them out. Coffee is great, too.

Walter C

Ok here is a follow through on my last post the picture of the crodough from Johnny donuts. I went back to SF wanted to buy some but it was close to closing time and sold out. I told them that I was there just for their crodough and the staff made it happen. Big shout out to the Staff. Thank You guys.

Great selection, Clean. Crodough doughnut was really good. didn’t post a picture because I ate before I could take one.

Michael Maclane

EASILY the best donuts I’ve ever had in my life. EASILY!!! And you’ll be saying the same thing after you give them a try. I guarantee it. And you don’t even have to take my word for it, they’re actually ranked Top 3 in the entire US by The Food Network. Now that’s a serious donut, lol.. Seriously though, you’ve never had anything like this in your life, Guaranteed.

Julie Taeko

I really wanted to try the wheat free option, but they were sold out by the time we got there around 5:30 PM. Makes sense. Instead, we got the cronut, with delicious custard filling. It was so delicious! Definitely have to come back here again and try more things.

Andrew Dugowson

Fantastic vegan donuts. These donuts are fluffy and light and delicious. The typical vegan donut is cakey and dense and ultimately flavorless. I always get the donuts with chocolate icing, but I’m sure the other flavors are equally good. The only downside is that the donuts are basically $5; unfortunately, though, that’s just the price of buying vegan food in SF.

Jasmine Shelton

UNIQUE FLAVORS MIXED WITH CLASSICS.

Vegan and gluten free options I got salted caramel chocolate and I tasted every flavor the cake itself was rich, hearty.

$4.25 for an old fashioned donut is s not ridiculous however..these are substantially better way more ‘gourmet’ than the SF donut powerhouse Bobs which is only $1.25

I also loved the space so much I wonder if they allow event hosting it’s spacious and to serve these wonderful gourmet donuts…that’s my kinda party.

-IG Masturplater

David Maddison

I actually visited this place 12 months ago when it first opened and it’s just as good as what it was last year! The classic vanilla is dense but not too heavy and of course absolutely delicious. The girl who served me was so sweet – we even sang along together to the store music. Will come back on my next trip to SF

Kessashun Arthur

I’ve been to over 100 doughnut shops and this one is amongst the most unique ones. They use a potato-based dough that gives extra density to their raised donuts, while maintaining the delicacy you’d expect from them. If you like raised donuts that are light as air, these might not be for you, but personally I love the extra chew. Their cake donuts incorporate some excellent spices in the base, and they’re also pretty thick. One of the best donuts I’ve had in recent memory was their cinnamon roll, with lots of spices and a subtle amount of raisins (which I didn’t expect to love). They also make vegan raised donuts/cinnamon rolls, which suprisingly don’t sacrifice any quality of taste compared to the rest of the donuts. Lastly, they do a daily “crodough.” They are pretty good, but that’s where I’d prefer to have the light, buttery texture of cronuts I’ve had elsewhere, instead of the extra density. Overall, this is an excellent donut shop that you shouldn’t overlook!

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