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Angelenos celebrate National Donut Day


Angelenos bypassed the bagels and grabbed the doughnuts Friday in celebration of National Donut Day.

People lined up outside doughnut shops Friday morning for their tasty treats. Some places, like Spudnuts Donuts in downtown Los Angeles, sold out and customers had to wait for the next batch.

"We're selling out fast, but we are prepared," said Danette Kuochi, owner of California Donut in Koreatown. The baker made 600 extra donuts for the occasion.

Los Angeles is home to numerous mom-and-pop doughnut shops. What's your favorite?  Leave a comment.


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