Take a Self-Guided Donut Tour of Vancouver

A selection of doughnuts

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Vancouverites love doughnuts. With flavours ranging from classic to innovative, our city’s bakeries serve up delicious doughnuts. Visit five doughnut shops on this 6.7-kilometre-long self-guided tour that is perfect for biking or walking.

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Take a Self-Guided Donut Tour of Vancouver

Top 5 places to celebrate National Donut Day in Vancouver on June 7

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Image courtesy of Lees Donuts

Mark your calendars! Next Friday, June 7, is National Donut Day! As if you need any more excuses to buy a big batch of freshly cooked donuts!

Need a bit of direction on where to splurge on some delightfully delicious treats? Check out the list below for the top 5 places to eat your way through National Donut Day!

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Top 5 places to celebrate National Donut Day in Vancouver on June 7

Sink your sweet tooth into something special on National Donut Day (June 1)

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June 1 is National Donut Day – Read on to find out how and where to celebrate!

It’s the most wonderful time of the year – for donut lovers that is! June 1 is officially National Donut Day – a day to celebrate everyone’s favourite deep fried delicious circle of dough!

Vancouver has some excellent donut (doughnut) shops and you better believe they will be celebrating the day of the donut! If you want to celebrate the national day of the donut, check out some of the places where to celebrate in Vancouver. Continue reading:
Sink your sweet tooth into something special on National Donut Day (June 1)

The art of the doughnut

Cartems' earl grey and carrot cake doughnuts. Image: Cartems

Cartems Donuterie opened last Wednesday at Carrall and West Hastings bringing the fancified doughnut to Gastown. Demand shows that Vancouver’s #1 culinary hive was keen to have their own version of Seattle’s Top Pot, Portland’s Voodoo and San Francisco’s Dynamo; Cartems has sold out of doughnuts before 3pm every day since.

Cartems’ founder Jordan Cash turns age-old dough frying into epicurean endeavor, serving over 10 varieties including honey pecorino, carrot cake (pictured above), earl grey (pictured above), citrus glazed, maple bacon, triple chocolate, vegan and gluten free. He’s leasing the six month Gastown pop-up shop from Sean Heather, the mastermind behind the Gastown hospitality empire that includes Irish Heather Gastropub, Salt Tasting Room, Judas Goat and the new Bitter Tasting Room.

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The art of the doughnut