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Four spots to taste delicious or unique donuts in Houston

Jason Martinez

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Donuts can be everyone's favorite. Many people in Texas might have tasted many kinds of this sweetness in Shipleys, but there are still many shops that serve donuts in more unique flavors, and of course, the delicious ones. I mean, who can resist the delicacy and various flavors of donuts?

We have prepared a list of four delicious or unique donut spots in Houston to help you get your new favorite one.

1. Pena's Donut Heaven and Grill


One of the legendary donut places to visit in Houston is at 10555 Pearland Pkwy, Ste A1. Raymond Pena, the owner, has started his donut business with his wife for more than 20 years now. Long before that, he got to work at his mother's donut shop as a child.

Currently, Pena's Donut Heaven and Grill have two locations in Pearland. They offer popular flavors such as Oreo and Maple Bacon. Pssst, you can also try Pena's extensive grill menu!

2. Le Donut

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Are you looking for a glazy and tasty cronut around Houston? This donut shop might be the one for you. You can go to Le Donut, located at 2803 Old Spanish Trail, to taste their delectable donuts.

Satisfy your craving for sweetness with their famous donut made with croissant dough, and have them melt in your mouth instantly!

3. Hugs and Donuts


Hugs and Donuts was just a food truck named "Htown strEATS" before becoming a donut shop at 1901 N. Shepherd #4.

If you are a vegan or just craving for more than just donuts, Hugs and Donuts have them for you! Besides vegan donuts, they also serve savory donut sandwiches on the weekend.

Plus, they can deliver them to your door instantly with Doordash and Ubereats. The delivery is available every day, and the shop opens until 9 pm on Friday and Saturday.

4. River Oak Donuts


Located at 3601 Westheimer Rd, River Oak Donuts allows you to taste diverse flavors all together.

They provide many tasty donuts with various flavors, such as blueberry, Nutella filled, cappuccino filled, red velvet, and lemon filled.

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