When is Doughnut Plant open and where are you located?
We have two New York City locations:

379 Grand Street, between Essex and Norfolk
Hours: Sunday-Thursday 6:30 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Friday & Saturday 6:30 a.m. – 9 p.m.

220 West 23rd Street, between 7th & 8th Avenues
Hours: Sunday-Wednesday: 7 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Thursday-Saturday 7 a.m. – Midnight

There are also nine Doughnut Plants in Tokyo and one in Seoul.

Do you ship your doughnuts?
Unfortunately, no. Our doughnuts are handmade daily with only the finest ingredients and no preservatives. We only sell what we make each day. We’re obsessed with the quality and making the best doughnuts possible, and shipping them just won’t do them justice. Yeast doughnuts, especially, have a short life. You can place advance pick-up orders of 3 dozen or more by e-mailing orders@doughnutplant.com.

What flavors are available today?
Check our HOME page to see what’s currently available.

What’s the difference between a cake doughnut and a yeast doughnut?
We make handcrafted three types of doughnuts daily: yeast, cake and filled. Yeast doughnuts are light, airy, fluffy yeast-raised doughnuts, with a slight chew. Cake doughnuts are leavened with baking powder, and have a texture somewhere near the intersection of a classic birthday cake and a buttery pound cake. Our filled doughnuts are loaded with our house made jams, creams and custards.

How can I get a Doughnut Plant t-shirt?
Go to: http://merchnow.com/catalogs/doughnut-plant

Do your doughnuts contain nuts?
Yes, some of our doughnuts do contain nuts and when they do, we let you know. Please know that our doughnuts are made in our bakery where nuts are present and stored.

Do you have a gluten-free doughnut?
Mark has been working on a gluten-free doughnut, but it’s not ready yet.

Are your doughnuts certified Kosher?
No, they are not.

Are you open on Labor Day?
No. The days we are closed are: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas and Dec. 26.