THE SANTA CLARA
October 17, 2013
Ever have a craving for something sweet, savory and extra delicious? A delectable donut can tame that hunger. While it is more convenient to buy donuts at the Mission Café or Safeway, they don’t compare to a Psycho Donut.
Known as the “world’s first and only asylum for wayward donuts,” Psycho Donuts is a creative new take on the circular baked good. This shop’s kooky-crazy concoctions will make anyone want to try the entire menu. Each donut is fresh, baked daily and crafted with care with toppings from Oreo cookies, to Captain Crunch, from Nutella to bacon.
But if the toppings don’t convince you to take a bite, then each donut’s name will. Take the Dead Elvis, for example. This donut is fit for “the king” himself. Filled with custard and topped with bananas, peanut butter, jelly and bacon — it’s a “hunka hunka donut love.”
For Jimmy Buffett fans, try Psycho’s Strawberry Margarita. Bulging with tequila pastry cream and garnished with strawberries and margarita salt, this donut will have you thinking it’s five o’clock somewhere.
Psycho Donut shops are a sensory experience designed to bring out the “inner crazy.” Original, unique art hangs all over the store, which further adds to Psycho’s flavor.
And if you ever become overwhelmed deciding which donut to choose, never fear, Psycho nurses are there to provide “bubblewrap therapy” for daunted customers.
Psycho Donuts has quickly become a culinary icon in the Bay Area and has been featured on the Food Network, Cooking Channel and Today Show — just to name a few. They even won Food Network’s Donut Showdown.
Need a donut right now? Don’t worry. Psycho Donuts is conveniently located in downtown San Jose and in downtown Campbell, and is always open late to please all your donut cravings.
So stop by Psycho Donuts, where the “light-hearted donut asylum” offers great tastes in an unusual interpretation of a gourmet donut. Don’t have a craving? Just remember that you don’t have to be hungry to eat a donut.
Contact Lauren Bonney and firstname.lastname@example.org or call (408) 554-4852.