With an array of desserts to choose from, we decided on the “Donut Holes” due to the creativity that goes along with eating them as the donut holes were presented with fillings inside syringes that the customer is meant to insert into the donuts. The red velvet, chocolate, coconut and vanilla flavored donut holes were scrumptious, with just the right amount of glaze drizzled on each one. While a bit difficult to do, we had a blast squeezing the rich chocolate sauce and sweet jam into the donut holes using the syringes.
We were pleasantly surprised to learn that much of their food is locally sourced. The meat is from Fleisher's Craft Butchery who only buys from small, family-owned farms who raise their animals ethically and free from antibiotics and growth hormones. They buy their seafood from Bloom Brothers Oysters and Clams who farm and harvest shellfish from the Long Island Sound.
Ratings (1 being the worst, 10 being the best)
Overall experience: 8.5