Do not go without a donut today

To celebrate National Donut Day we compiled a list of where in Kelowna you can sink your teeth in

It’s National Donut Day, so we have compiled a list of the most delicious places you can celebrate this year. Are you ready for a sugar high?

1. 350 Bakehouse and Cafe

2.Waterfront Cafe and Catering

It’s DONUT DAY and we have Lemon & Chamomile Glazed and Chocolate Cream Filled Donuts!!

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3.Dolicious Donuts

4. Sandrine French Pastry and Chocolate

If you need a break from donuts, head over to Sandrine’s to rest your palette

5. Specialty Bakery and Bistro

Yup.

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6. Whisk Cake Company

Did you give in to your sweet tooth to celebrate? Do you think I missed somewhere crucial? Let me know so I can sink my teeth into a delicious donut there!

RELATED: Tim Hortons offers limited-edition breakfast to celebrate National Donut Day Friday

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