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Sometimes breakfast looks like bacon and eggs. Other times, all you want is a fluffy donut shimmering with glaze paired with a cup of coffee. Or maybe you are bringing a morning treat to your work meeting. Or just catching up with a friend over something sweet. Whatever the occasion, here’s our recommendations for delicious donuts.

Jelly Donuts, Rohnert Park

Less than five minutes from SSU, Jelly Donuts is a must-stop shop when in Rohnert Park. Locally owned by a 2nd generation family, they offer fresh classic donuts for an unbeatable price, you won’t be disappointed. You can even choose your own filling! Open from 5am closing at 3:30pm on weekdays and 1pm on weekends.

Happy Donuts, Windsor

Offering not only fresh delicious donuts but wonderfully chewy bagels that are cooked on site. Don’t forget to order a cup of local Bella Rose Organic Coffee. Family owned Happy Donuts in Windsor is a hidden gem and is open weekdays from 5am to 3pm and weekends from 6am to 3pm.

The Donut Café, Santa Rosa

Near Howarth Park in Santa Rosa is The Donut Café. This family-owned shop features incredible old-fashioned donuts, danishes and other pastries each served with their friendly service. Try the baked Apple Fritter. It’s heavenly. Open Sunday and Monday from 5:30am to 3pm and Tuesday to Saturday from 5:30am to 4pm.

Sunrise Donuts, Petaluma

Next time you’re in downtown Petaluma, pop into Sunrise Donuts. This hole-in-the-wall offers delicious donuts made fresh daily. With quick service and great prices, and perhaps a surprise donut holes in the bag, what’s not to love? Open Tuesday to Saturday from 5am to 3pm, Sunday 6am to 2pm, and closed on Monday.

City Garden Doughnuts, Santa Rosa

In its minimalist hipster atmosphere, behind a glass dividing wall, the donuts made fresh daily. City Garden Doughnuts specialize in artisan small batch donuts and have a full coffee bar. The only problem is deciding what to have. Closed Monday and Tuesday, Open Wednesday to Friday 7am to 2pm, Saturday 8am to 2pm, and Sunday 8am to 1pm.

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Summer Young is a senior at Sonoma State University pursuing a Bachelor’s in English. When she’s not in class, you can find her drinking coffee and exploring the world or on instagram @_justaseason_.

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