Southern Nevada has places that sell huge doughnuts, exotic doughnuts, fluffy doughnuts that seem to float on air, and garden-variety doughnuts. Then there are those that sell the old-fashioned, soul-satisfying rings and bars of fried dough, like Dee’s Donuts.
Dee's also carries a croissant/doughnut hybrid, regular croissants, ham and cheese croissants, kolache/pigs in a blanket and cinnamon buns in two sizes. But the stock in trade here is the doughnut – plain, glazed, sugared, crullers, frosted, jelly-filled, cream-filled, chocolate-filled, custard-filled, twisted, maple, red velvet, fruit-glazed and on and on. The rows of doughnuts in the case aren’t labeled, but the staff is friendly and always ready to jump in and tell you what’s what.
But here’s one caveat for those in the know: Be sure to get there early because they do tend to run out. And of course your favorite is the one they’ll be out of.