Indiana February 25, 2019
Hoosiers Go Nuts For This Chain Of Donut Bakeries In Indiana
If money was sugar, most Hoosiers would turn it directly into donuts, so there’s a chain of donut bakeries in Evansville, Indiana that does just that. Forget about Dunkin’ when you can get the best coffee and crullers at a better bakery. Check it out:
In business for more than 50 years, this southern Indiana donut chain is the go-to bakery for all things sweet (and/or caffeinated). Donut Bank opened its first location in 1967 and currently has eight locations in the Hoosier State.
Most are in Evansville, but you'll also find one in Newburgh as well as one in Princeton. Lucky locals of Henderson, Kentucky also get to enjoy this fabulous donut chain.
Each of these donut bakeries is incredibly clean, bright, and open. They all have drive-thrus and a friendly staff to make your mornings more convenient.
When it comes to donuts, you'll find a little bit of everything. Items are first come, first serve, so stop in early to guarantee you get your favorites.
Caramel glazed, blueberry cake, Bavarian bismark, crullers, pecan rolls, long Johns, cinnamon rolls, twists, fritters, holes, tails, balls, and all abound at these bakeries.
You'll also find an assortment of popular morning drinks. Hot and iced coffees, espressos, frappes, hot and iced teas, as well as hot cocoa, smoothies, and specialty blends give you a smorgasbord of delicious concoctions to try.
Additional baked goods include muffins, brownies, cookies, and danish. Whether you like chocolate, cinnamon, blueberry, cherry, or caramel you'll find something to delight your taste buds at one of these sweet banks.
If sweets aren't your thing, the bagels will be. From cheese to gourmet, these fresh baked treats go great with some cream cheese.
You can even order custom cakes from these donut bakeries. Whether it's for a holiday or special occasion, the shop makes sheet, round, and cupcakes to match just about any theme.
Donut Bank bakeries are open daily. Hours are Monday through Saturday between 5 a.m. and 6 p.m. as well as Sunday between 5 a.m. and 4 p.m.
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