Sundays are great days. It’s a day that is spent relaxing, getting a few things done, probably cooking out in the backyard. Sundays are best started with a donut. And donuts can be had at Donut Days on Euclid.
New(-ish) to the neighborhood, Donut Days is located next to Charlie Brown’s. Walking into the store, you are immediately overwhelmed by the delectable joys behind a glass counter that, if you are later in the morning, is covered in little finger and nose prints (and maybe an adult-sized one too, sorry!). Petit-fours, muffins, cookies, and yes, donuts, fill the case, if you’re early enough. If you’re not early enough, donut pickings can be slim. I know, it’s Sunday morning, but the donut reward is greater than the 30 minutes extra sleep.
My favorites are the apple fritters and the custard long-john with chocolate on top. I will also be extremely happy with a jelly-filled, chocolate on chocolate, heck, even a plain glazed. They’re donuts and they’re delicious. One time I’ve been able to get a blueberry and I still think about it often.
Outside of donuts, we’ve had a custom cake made and I’ve enjoyed a cream horn or two. All delicious.
There is a mix of drinks available, soda, juice, and milk. They also sell fresh-brewed coffee which has been described to me as dark and delicious.
The only thing I can find fault with is Donut Days self-ascribed “iconic” status. Shouldn’t that be something that people say about you, not that you say about yourself?
I’ve recently found out that Debbie has been cheating on my family with other cute families with adorable children. I’ll forgive her though since we all know my kids are the most adorbs.