Top Pot Doughnuts (Queen Anne): Hand-Forged Doughnuts
I love the story about how the name “Top Pot” Doughnuts came about. It seems that, prior to opening Top Pot, the co-founders had noticed a dilapidated neon sign above a boarded-up Chinese restaurant called “TOPSPOT”. They purchased it and left it in their backyard for four years before they decided to have it restored. Once they did, however, the middle “S” fell off, leaving the words “TOP POT” instead.
After enjoying some ice cream from Molly Moon’s in Queen Anne, we picked up some hand-forged doughnuts from Top Pot next door.
This location is actually quite airy and spacious and probably a cool place to just hang out and enjoy some doughnuts.
We picked up a Raspberry Bullseye, Valley Girl Lemon filled, and a Maple Bacon Bar. The doughnuts were pretty good… I especially liked the raspberry bullseye. The maple bacon bar was a bit too sweet and the bacon was a bit too salty (even though I’m usually a big fan of bacon).
325 W Galer Street
Posted on August 14, 2017, in Bakery, Desserts, Donuts, Restaurant Review and tagged Bakery, Desserts, Donuts, Doughnuts, Food, Maple Bacon Bar, Queen Anne, Raspberry Bullseye, restaurant review, Road Trip, Seattle, Valley Girl Lemon. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.