Glazed, frosted, cake, yeast, jelly, cream, Texas-sized, mini donuts, vegan, and personalized donuts, Austin has got it all! Donuts are a delicious treat that can work in any meal, whether being sweet or savory. Good thing Austin has a variety of local and popular donut shops to get your hot, glazed pastry! Can’t pick a donut shop to try out, check out our list of the best donuts shops in Austin!
Image Credit: Angel Donuts
Suite 200, 8300 N FM 620 Building A, Austin, TX 78726
Inside Angel Donuts, you will find a sprawling display of both savory and sweet treats. Serving everything from handcrafted donuts (most vegan and plant-based yeast donuts), delicious cake balls, refreshing bubble tea, gourmet macarons, hot and fresh breakfast tacos, buttery soft kolaches, french donut beignets, donut ice cream sandwiches, macaron ice cream sandwiches, fresh coffee and tea, and handcrafted Italian sodas.
Image Credit: Bougie’s Donuts & Coffee
5400 Brodie Ln, Sunset Valley, TX 78745
Bougie’s Donuts is a unique, gourmet donut shop and full-service coffee/espresso bar located in Southwest Austin (Sunset Valley). They aim to bring people together over an amazing donut and finely crafted espresso or a cup of coffee. Their hope is that their donuts will be conversation starters and that their shop will offer a warm, inviting environment that encourages people to sit down, take a break from their busy lives, and engage in meaningful conversation with their neighbors!
1509 S Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX 78704
Donuts and kolaches headline at this pared-down bakeshop! Combo offers pigs-in-a-blanket for lunch, and their donuts are incredible! They are fresh, and the service is fast. If you’re looking for delicious donuts, this is your spot!
Image Credit: Donut Taco Palace
To start a fresh new day, Donut Taco Palace is a place where you can energize your body with a variety of donuts or customized tacos with a variety of toppings of your choice. With more refreshments such as coffee, your stomach will be satisfied, and you’ll be ready to tackle your daily routine job. Come on in and try out their donuts or kolaches. Your taste buds would thank you later!
Image Credit: Gourdough’s Public House
From its beginnings as a food trailer to its current brick-and-mortar on South Lamar, Gourdough’s is known for gourmet donuts, both sweet and savory! You’ll find more than two dozen great doughnuts at Gourdough’s, but the Black Betty is the reigning queen. It’s filled with blackberry jam, glazed with cream cheese icing and topped with cake-mix crumbles, honey butter, and a heaping scoop of vanilla ice cream. Customers also line up for their two-for-one, Texas-sized Donut Burgers.
Image Credit: Howdy Donut
Howdy Donut is located right off Congress south of the bridge. Don’t judge a book by its cover, or maybe it’s that all the best donut shops look like hidden treasures! You get 12 assorted donuts, plus donut holes for only $12! What a deal! Not to mention, these donuts are really tasty! The regular donuts are fluffy, and the cake donuts are moist, just the way delicious donuts should be. If you’re more into savory donuts, they have a bacon, egg, and cheese croissant!
Image Credit: Johnson’s Bakery
4909 Airport Blvd, Austin, TX 78751
Donuts are one of the most simple pleasures on earth, and sometimes you want donuts without any bells and whistles. If you want simple donuts and that’s exactly where you’ll get them at Mrs. Johnson’s Bakery. Come out and try their glazed donuts or their chocolate donuts! The glazed donuts are warm and taste like heaven!
Image Credit: KC Donuts
8106 Brodie Ln, Austin, TX 78745
KC Donuts is a family-owned small business. They are always dedicated to making your eyes smile, and your taste buds sing! Their donuts are more than just donuts to delight, and they hope to make your day a little brighter! They thank all of their customers for the many years of love and support!
Image Credit: Little Lucy’s
75 1/2 Rainey St, Austin, TX 78701
Little Lucy’s has a mission to bring the same quality donuts from their coveted childhood memories home to the people of Austin. Today, they’re still pumping out those hot fresh mini-donuts in a wide variety of new and exciting infused sugar flavors, made from natural ingredients. Their production process is entirely hands-off, and they have held themselves accountable to the highest health and safety standards for all our many years. They appreciate Austin’s continued trust and support as we continue to serve the community we love so much safer. They hope you love your donuts and much as they love their customers!
Image Credit: Master Donuts
Established in 2014, Master Donuts has been providing the East Austin community with fresh and scrumptious donuts daily. Aside from fresh donuts, you can satisfy all your breakfast needs, from kolaches to breakfast sandwiches and burritos. Come check them out on East Riverside!
Image Credit: Round Rock Donuts
106 W Liberty Ave, Round Rock, TX 78664
Since 1926, people from all over the world have been stopping by to give Round Rock Donut’s famous yellow donuts a try! Round Rock Donuts, made from the original owner’s recipe, are created with as much care and finesse as they were years ago. The yeast-risen donut originates from a bread-like dough; its distinct yellow color (from fresh eggs) immediately sets it off from any other donut. Unlike baking powder donuts, this yeast donut cannot be machine-made; it must be hand-rolled, cut, fried, and iced. On busy days, now as in the past, the bakery turns out 200 dozen of these popular originals!
5313 Manor Rd, Austin, TX 78723
SH Donuts is a no-frills joint serving up donuts, kolaches, cinnamon twists plus tacos, and breakfast sandwiches! The donuts, kolaches, the owners are stellar! Most people here come every day and love seeing their little east side community come together over delicious donuts and family-owned business!
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Hummus in Israel is like breakfast tacos in Austin. It is part of the culture, and they are passionate about it. Everyone has their way of making it and their opinion on what makes it the best. One of the beautiful things about Israeli food is its diversity. Many cultures and traditions come together to create a variety of dishes. At TLV, the inspiration for the menu comes from the market stalls and street stands of Israel. The menu is food that is familiar yet new. It is food that is cooked with love and soul. Their donuts are just as delicious as their breakfast tacos!
Image Credit: Uncle Nicky’s
4222 Duval St, Austin, TX 78751
Uncle Nicky’s is a relaxed and approachable all-day neighborhood dining experience inspired by Northern Italian cafes from the folks behind Juniper, Via313, and Nickel City. Everything at Uncle Nicky’s is petite and share-able and so well-presented. The food is super fresh, the music selection is perfect, and the staff is friendly! Although all of their items are super delicious, take the time to try one of their donuts!
Image Credit: Voodoo Doughnut
Voodoo customers and enthusiasts credit the company for creating innovative, unique doughnut flavors and products, and they’re always asking for a Voodoo Doughnut to open in “their neighborhood.” To date, Voodoo Doughnut has been featured on The Travel Channel, The Cooking Channel, MTV, Good Morning America, The Today Show, The Tonight Show, Wheel of Fortune, Portlandia, Grimm, Leverage, The Amazing Race and Access Hollywood, and in print publications such as People, Playboy, Conde Nast, Spin, GQ, Jane, Maxim, Food & Wine, and more. They are bringing creative doughnuts, passionate employee culture, and love of community to a neighborhood near you!
701 E 53rd St, Austin, TX 78751
Zucchini Kill is a Punk rock, female-led scratch bakery that uses allergy-friendly ingredients to bake delicious sweet and savory products that will revolutionize your mind and belly. They are 100% vegan, 100% gluten-free, and make all of their baked good with love!
Map of 16 Best Donut Shops in Austin