Sunday, December 19, 2010

Donut King, Snellville GA

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6 comments:

MSB said...

You're right, their donuts are fantastic. It's good for my weight that they aren't open much!

For things to do and see in Snellville, you need to venture a little further into Snellville than just looking at it from US-78. Please see this page for things to do and see in the area.

PS: The Dickey's BBQ location has closed. If you ask me, they didn't give it much a chance before they closed. I have a blog about restaurants in Snellville called Snellville Eats. It's not very 'foodie,' though!

If you have any questions about Snellville, be sure to contact me through my blog - I'll be glad to help!

Grant, the Hipster Dad said...

Thank you for the correction and the links! I appreciate it.

MSB said...

You're welcome! I enjoyed reading your blog. You didn't miss much at the Dickey's, if you ask me. It wasn't terrible, it just wasn't my style of barbeque. We seem to get a lot of the "Carolina" style barbeque places around here. I like the good old southern shredded type. Spiced Right Barbeque in Lilburn used to be really good (haven't been there in a long time, though)

MSB said...

Sorry, I forgot to tell you - yes, we don't have many record stores (boy you must be as old as I am, what's a 'record?' lol!!!) but we do have Borders Books and Music and a huge Barnes and Noble bookstore on Scenic Highway. Lots of books and music in those, but you are right that we don't have many independent shops for books or music.

Matthew Gould said...

I know you posted this all the way back in Dec of last year so sorry about just now commenting being new to blogging myself. This all said I feel compelled to say that I LOVE Donut King and have been going to that wonderful piece of heaven since I was little being 21 years old now. Their pigs in a blanket are to die for and the main reason I go there. I know the employees at this point and it's a wonderful environment and they are always friendly. Easily my favorite place in the world to eat breakfast besides home of course.

Grant, the Hipster Dad said...

Don't worry about a late comment, Jason. Food blogging seems to naturally bring in some late visitors who arrive via Google. I certainly appreciate hearing more about the restaurants that I feature any time, and now you've got me curious to try the pigs-in-blankets. I wonder when I can conspire to be out in Snellville for breakfast again to try them.