- Creme Brulee
- Blood Orange
- Monte Cristo
- Mexican Hot Chocolate
- Nutella Overload
- Lemon Pistachio
- Salted Caramel
- Maple Bacon
- PB & J
- Boston Creme
I was so bummed they didn’t have their French Toast donuts on the daily menu, but I believe they are reserved for weekends only. This only means I have to go back again!
The most insane donut at Donut Bar is appropriately named “Big Poppa Tart.’ It is a giant rectangular-shaped donut with an entire Pop Tart in the center. It weighs over a pound! With no time built into our trip for full recovery from eating that beast of a donut, we passed and just picked up an assortment of donuts and some cold-brewed coffee to go.
All of the donuts were beyond spectacular and would have made the cost of our San Diego trip worth it alone. I cannot express the amount of love and passion that goes into the donuts served at The Donut Bar. You can just tell that every detail was thought of when planning and preparing their menu. The only one we didn’t care for that much was one of their most popular flavors, Creme Brulee. It’s not even that it was bad. It tasted good. We just didn’t care for the caramelized sugar top (I know I know. That’s the point!). It was too hard and took away from a really good donut. I’d be willing to give it a second chance, though.
I can’t imagine anyone entering the front doors of Donut Bar and not walking away impressed with their experience. Donut Bar also has a new Las Vegas location now so that means it’s only a matter of time until they slowly take over the world with their donut goodness.
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Kevin Payne is the budgeting and family travel enthusiast behind FamilyMoneyAdventure.com. He’s also the host of the Family Money Adventure Show podcast, where he helps families learn to manage their money better so they can afford to do the things they love.
Kevin is a freelance writer specializing in personal finance and travel. He is a regular contributor to USA Today, Forbes Advisor, Bankrate, Fox Business, Credible, and CreditCards.com.