The Low Down
When to Go: Senior doughnut makers start baking at 4:30am. Show up before 11:30am if you want hot doughnuts.
Know Before You Go: It's easy to get disoriented at the sprawling Farmers Market. Look for the gray-and-red stand near the east dining patio, on the side closest to the Grove.
Look Good: Besides being a cash-only establishment, the highest bill Bob's accepts is a $20.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
One of L.A.'s most acclaimed doughnut shops, this Farmers Market institution offers good coffee and light, fluffy doughnuts that easily compete with that corporate giant whose shops are popping up all over town. Owner Bob Tusquellas makesâ¦
Amazing Apple Fritters
By bkbigfish at Citysearch
I come here solely for the Apple Fritters. They're huge, sweet and delicious! Read More
Farmers Market institution serves coffee and doughnuts to the stars--or at least star-struck tourists.
By Contributor at Citysearch
In Short This stand produces more than 1,000 doughnuts every day, as well as cinnamon rolls, apple fritters, bear claws and fresh-squeeze... Read More
The plain donuts are the best!
By dmenkes at Citysearch
For the perennial favorite combo of black coffee and dipping a donut, go for their plain ones--they're simple but VERY tasty. Like everything else ... Read More