Top Pot Doughnuts in Seattle (Photos, Menu, Reviews & Ratings)

Top Pot Doughnuts

Address: 609 Summit Ave E, Seattle, WA 98102

Phone: (206) 323-7841

Price: $

Menu: View Online

Rating: 4.5


What Time Does Top Pot Doughnuts Open?

Saturday,: 7AM to 5PM

Sunday,: 7AM to 5PM

Monday,: 7AM to 5PM

Tuesday,: 7AM to 5PM

Wednesday,: 7AM to 5PM

Thursday,: 7AM to 5PM

Friday,: 7AM to 5PM

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Top Pot Doughnuts Reviews

Binit Banerjee

I always liked their doughnuts. We tried the chocolate bar which was pretty good. We also got the plain glazed which is a classic and also my safe order. I tried the maple frosted which was pretty good as well but the least favorite of mine among the three. They do have a lot more variety and I like the coffee as well. The store has a nice vibe with super great service.

Jay Sungvorn

Friends are visiting from Bay Area, Top Pot is one of his request stops. I got blue berry cinnamon and maple. Cinnamon was sweet but not too sweet, donut was still soft not hard but not fresh if u come in the morning. I still like my maple donut! The staff was friendly and helpful.

Shannon O’Keefe

Great little doughnut shop to stop in for a sweet treat and a coffee. Went in here just for a quick doughnut before a long day of walking around and it was the perfect start to my day. The Apple fritter was amazing!

Pablo Zayas

Great chain donut shop with great selection. The person at the desk was friendly and attentive with a sense of humor to boot! I arrived in middle of the afternoon and the donut I chose was fresh, airy and cinnamon sugar raised doughnut is a must. The coffee is one of the best I tried in this kind of establishment. Definitely stop by if you are in the area.

Gladys Ignacio

The Boston Creme is so so good. This was our first major stop on a bus tour of Seattle. If I hadn’t had breakfast that morning, I would have gotten 2 more donuts. We also tried the raspberry iced chocolate cake which was ok. The Boston Creme was so much better. Will have to return next time I’m in town.

star delucca

Long walk from downtown but had to try the infamous Top Pot while in Seattle. The location downtown is closed on the weekend. Arrived to a really cute spot with inside and outside seating. There was a bit of a line. Ordered the maple bar and the apple fritter as well as a iced vanilla latte. I have to be honest but they were all OK. Nothing overwhelmingly great about any of it. It was a Seattle tourist experience but wouldn’t need to go back when in town again

Aaron Bedow

My apple fritter was super good until I found this piece of plastic in the last bite. I’m no expert, but I don’t think plastic is an ingredient in any donut

Perry Low

My favorite coffee & donuts, reliably consistent quality, friendly service, and relaxing vintage atmosphere …

Today, after enjoying our Capitol Hill (Cal Anderson Park) with Bernie, we enjoyed a cuppa joe & donuts with Melania;

Admittedly she agreed that they smelled scrumptious, but declined to try one. And after gobbling a Boston Cream, a Raspberry Beignet, and a Pink Feather Boa …

… Jim was notably less fetching in his caftan.

utkarsh bhatia

One of the best donuts I have ever had in my life. The place is nice, warm and cozy and serves a variety of donuts and pastries to fill your stomach to the brim. They have some amazing coffees as well. A worth it place to start your sunday morning.

Sarah M

The doughnuts were alright, a little dense and overpriced for what you get.

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