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Dun-Well Doughnuts

Restaurants, Bakeries Williamsburg
5 out of 5 stars
(2user reviews)

Time Out says

Williamsburg's vegan doughnut lovers are in luck—Dun-Well Doughnuts is about as good as you're going to get in the animal-product-free sweet-treats department. Consider the old-timey atmosphere a bonus.



Address: 222 Montrose Ave
Cross street: at Bushwick Ave
Transport: Subway: L to Montrose Ave
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5 out of 5 stars

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I can't start my day without a coffee and doughnut from Dun-Well - the environment and food is absolutely addicting, and everyone who works here in unbelievably nice! Dun-Well has really creates a community within their space - they host events here, let people work at tables, and I've even seen people get engaged here. (Kudos to the owners and staff for putting together such an adorable proposal set-up!)  If you're new to the area and are looking for a friendly face, or just some damn fine coffee, definitely definitely stop here.

Dun-Well Doughnuts is a high class operation producing high class doughnuts.  It's certainly not out of place in the neighborhood.   I got these for my wife's birthday and they were a hit at her office.  My biggest qualm is the price.  It costs $25 for a dozen and up to about $2.50 for just one. The doughnuts are as good, if not better, than any equivalent made with dairy.  Yes, they are all completely vegan and completely delicious.  The most vegan thing about Dun-Well is the environment.  Put these in a fancy bakeshop in NJ and no one will think trice as to what they were made of!   And with flavors like peach pie, chocolate peanut and lemon poppy you are bound to find something to satisfy your sweet, dairy free tooth.  Just be sure to bring cash, lots of it if you pulled the short straw and have many mouths to please.