October is National Doughnut Month, and what better way to celebrate than with a three-borough guide to all things yeasty, cakey, and fried? All You Can Eat's new Doughnut Map pinpoints 35 places to get a doughnut fix in and around NYC in an attractively designed pamphlet. We got anticipatory sugar rushes just looking at the donutified map of city—and the doughnut porn that borders the edges of the map didn't help.
Favorites like Doughnut Plant and Peter Pan; the map also points out where to find more exotic preparations of fried dough. Seek out Spanish churros con chocolate at Despana, Japanese adzuki bean-filled an doughnuts at Panya, and custard-filled, whipped cream-topped paczki in the "International" section of the guide on the back of the map.
You can get your copy of the here for $8. You can also get your doughnut on tomorrow night at All You Can Eat's Doughnut Map launch party at Project No. 8 at the Ace Hotel from 6 to 8 p.m. Doughnuts from Peter Pan, Dough, Dun-Well, Doughnut Plant, and Van Leeuwen will abound, as well as Stumptown coffee and spirits from Caledonia Spirits & Winery.
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