While I personally think that the countless “holidays” celebrating just about everything under the sun have gotten out of hand, National Donut Day is one that I can definitely get behind. And it’s a legitimate reason to celebrate, not just an excuse to eat donuts at all three meals. According to the history book better known as Wikipedia, National Donut Day was created by The Salvation Army in 1938 to honor the men and women who served donuts to soldiers during World War I. So in honor of the 77th celebration of this day, which is always celebrated on the first Friday in June, I’ve been reviewing this list from Fodor’s Travel of the Top 10 Donut Shops in the United States. I’ve only had the pleasure of visiting two of these shops – Federal Donuts in Philadelphia and Voodoo Doughnut in Portland – but that means I still have eight delicious donut holes in the wall to visit. See what I did there? I fully intend to post full reviews in the future but for now, enjoy the photos below and have a very Happy Donut Day!
Love and sprinkles,
p.s Currently coveting this float for my next beach getaway if anyone is looking for the perfect donut day present. xo