#DoughFest March 19: Try The Best Donuts in NY
An event organized by TimeOut NY. You’ll be able to try the best donuts made by some of the best Doughnuts Producers in New York! You can also get coffee at each station and complimentary beer. Live DJ at the event. Pretty cool!
Saturday, March 19
Time Slot: 10:30am to 12pm – 12:30pm to 2pm – 2:30pm to 4pm.
Marquee New York: a very popular nightclub in NYC!
289 10th Avenue (between 26th & 27th St.)
Price of each ticket $37. It’s a bit pricey but considering that you can eat lots of doughnuts, get lots of coffee and complimentary beer, plus a Live DJ is not that bad 😉 All of that is included in the ticket!
Click here to get tickets.
What’s included in the ticket?
- 90 minutes admission to the tasting floor
- Tasting from each vender participating at the event
- Beer provided by Tsingtao
- Cold brew coffee provided by Sweetleaf Coffee
- Baileys Cocktail
- Live DJ
Vendors participating at this event
Mike’s Donuts: Brooklyn’s premiere donut shop
Sweetleaf Coffee: coffee & espresso bar with great snacks too
The Doughnut Project: great doughnut shop in West Village
Tsingtao Beer: the number one Chinese beer in America
Leske’s Bakery: iconic bakeshop in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn
Underwest Donuts: artisanal cake donuts in Midtown Manhattan
Orwashers Artisan Bakery: New York artisan bakery
Doughnut vs. Donut
“Donut” is a simplified variant of “doughnut.”
The dictionary-approved spelling for the nut (ball) of dough is doughnut. The shorten version donut has been around since the late 1800s, but its use has grown significantly since the famous chain Dunkin’ Donuts was founded in 1950.