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Atlanta — By Apryl Chapman Thomas on May 16, 2010 at 11:18 pm
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Indulge at Sublime Doughnuts

No matter what some people might say, not all doughnuts are created equal. And if you don’t believe me, then you haven’t been to Sublime Doughnuts (map) on Tenth Street in Atlanta.

Now, I need to honest and let you know that I’m not a doughnut person. You won’t find me in line to buy doughnuts on a Saturday morning, or bring a dozen home. atlantasecmountainsandmore 127 However, when I saw pictures of A-Town Mocha, S’mores and Oreo, I knew it was time to indulge my sweet tooth.

These creations are introduced to Atlantans and visitors by Chef Kamal Grant and his staff. A Georgia-native, Grant has quite a culinary resume that includes a cook in the Navy and studying at the Culinary Institute of America in New York. Eventually returning to Georgia, he settled in Atlanta, discovered an empty doughnut shop and thus Sublime Doughnuts were born.

The storefront itself isn’t fancy or flashy, because it’s all about the doughnuts. I can guarantee that no matter what your sweet or doughnut taste may be, you will find something that catches your eye (and stomach.) All I can say is give in to it, you won’t be disappointed.

The doughnuts are quite affordable, ranging in prices from $1.25 to $1.75. The more gourmet-ish the doughnuts, such as the Red Velvet Cake ($1.75) are on the high end as compared to White Choco Fudge ($1.25). My favorites mentioned above are all $1.75.

The next time you’re in the area and want to treat yourself, visit Sublime Doughnuts. Not only will you walk away satisfied, but also with a new respect to doughnuts.

Sublime Doughnuts is opened 7 days a week. Hours are Monday –Friday, 6 a.m. – 6 p.m.; Saturday, 7 a.m. – 6 p.m.; Sunday, 7 a.m. -  3 p.m.

photo credit: personal photos

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