Sugar maple donuts from Hello Sugar,.
Get something sweet for the whole office or just treat yo'self with your Friday morning coffee, because June 1 is everyone's favorite food holiday: National Doughnut Day.
Several Spokane-area shops and food purveyors are marking the occasion with tasty treat specials; here's where to get your sugar fix.
419 N. Nettleton St.
The new shop located inside a new location for Indaba Coffee Roasters on the far west end of Kendall Yards is hosting its grand opening
this Friday, from 7 am to 4 pm. Specials include a dozen mini doughnuts for $5 and half-off drip coffee of Hello Sugar,'s signature Indaba house blend. Specials and coinciding activities run throughout the weekend, including live music, ice cream from Sweet Annie's and more. Stay tuned for more about Hello Sugar, in a forthcoming issue of the Inlander
My Fresh Basket
1030 W. Summit Pkwy.
Fresh doughnuts from the store's bakery are buy one get one free all day, from 5:30 am to 10 pm.
Casual Friday Donuts
3402 N. Division
The local shop on the North Division hill is planning a full day of in-store and online giveaways, and it's open from 6 am to 6 pm.
10925 N. Newport Hwy.
The shop is preparing for another busy National Doughnut Day
, and plans to launch some new flavors, along with giving away free coffee samples from 4 Seasons Coffee Company and some free doughnuts. The shop is open from 6 am to 3 pm and expects to sell out, so get there early!
Krispy Kreme Doughnuts
15401 E. Indiana Ave., Spokane Valley
The favorite national chain is celebrating the occasion
with free doughnuts (no purchase necessary) for customers while supplies last. The Spokane Valley shop is open Friday from 5 am to 11 pm.
445 W. Cherry Ln., in Coeur d'Alene and 1603 E. Seltice Way, in Post Falls
Last year, the local chain gave away free donuts to each customer, but is taking a different approach this year. Instead, Gross Donuts is getting "back to the roots" of National Doughnut Day by donating 100 percent
of the day's profits from both locations to local military and veterans support nonprofit Newby-ginnings.