The Salty Donut

29 NW 24th St.
Miami, FL 33127
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Photo by Maureen Aimee Mariano

It’s hard to believe that Miami never really had much in the way of freshly baked doughnuts before the Salty Donut came around to dominate the South Florida sweets scene. On any given weekend morning, sleepy people -- some straight from the club -- wait in line for a pastry (or 12) from this small artisanal doughnut and coffee bar. With flavors that range from traditional buttermilk to maple bacon and booze-inspired creations, this shop has tapped into the tastes and zeitgeist of Miami.

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