This huge donut sits atop Kindles Donuts. Not sure why the top
looks like it's already been dipped in coffee.
Donut King Photo courtesy David Ferdig
Check out the huge donut atop this Donut King.
A side view of the same Donut King. Yep, the donut does appear to be larger
than the parked car underneath.
(Far left) The Donut King showing off its huge donut
(Near left) Another view of the Donut King
Donut King II Photo courtesy David Ferdig
This Donut King looks like it just got a recent paint job. Part
donut shop, part lemonade stand (at least from the looks of the colors),
this roadside delight makes you wish for a good lemon donut.
Donut Star Photo courtesy David Ferdig
Looking for a neighborhood donut stand? Well, this Donut Star may
be the place.
Circus Donuts Photo courtesy David Ferdig
Ever pass by a building that looked like it came straight out of a circus?
Well, then, it must've been Circus Donuts. Located in the South Bay, Circus Donuts brings a carnival atmosphere to this busy boulevard.
Mitchell's Drive-thru Donuts (Removed)
Temple City, CA Photo by RoadsidePeek.com
Here's an interesting drive-thru donut place. Mitchell's Donuts features an original marquee made up of stacked cylindrical blocked letters,
unlike that of other donut shops.
Alas, this marquee was removed a couple of years ago. This great marquee
has been replaced by backlit plastic, much like the fate of other grand
Los Angeles, CA Photo by RoadsidePeek.com Photo courtesy Bob Jagendorf
Here's the famous Randy's Donuts that been featured in many a
movie and Randy Newman's "I Love L.A." song. Yes, Randy's is
still serving donuts after all of these years.
Randy's Donuts Photo courtesy Richard Weiss
Built in 1952, this big donut serves fresh donuts and pastries on a 24
hour basis. Plus, Randy's has shown up in many movies such as Coming to
America and Mars Attacks.