You don't come here for the burgers and sandwiches, but what you do come here for are the spudnuts. What are spudnuts? Are they donuts? They are similar to donuts, but real connoisseurs would argue that spudnuts are superior to a regular donut. They are made with potato flour and are based on a German recipe that is said to make them light and fluffy. Only independent stores remain after the parent company that was started in the 1940's closed. Besides the famous glazed spudnuts, they have delicious cinnamon rolls and maple bars. They open at 4 a.m., so you can start your day off with a warm, soft spudnut. And, what could be better than that?
Monday–Friday 4 a.m.–6 p.m. Saturday 4 a.m.–4 p.m. Sunday Closed
Less than a 15 min. drive from the Temple:
- Head east on Gage Blvd toward Penny Royal Ave
- Turn left onto N Steptoe St
- At the traffic circle, take the 1st exit onto Columbia Park Trail
- Slight right to merge onto WA-240 W toward I-182/Yakima
- Continue onto George Washington Way
- Turn left onto Williams Blvd. Restaurant is on the right.