Da Vinci’s Donuts is proud to be mentioned in “The Top 10 Cities for Donut Lover” along with some other great donut shops.
We get a variety of requests to use our little donuts for many events in our area including photo shoots and we are always glad to help. We really do consider each little donut a work of art and we think they photograph quite well!
Da Vinci’s Donuts is proud to announce that we have been named The Best Donut in North & South Fulton County by Appen Media. In addition, we have been named as the Runner-Up in both the Best Bakery and Best Dessert categories.
This month's featured artist, Carol Otten, shares her love of Georgia with her beautiful paintings.
Whitney Barnard is the archaic hand behind The Scribble Studio designs and illustrations. Whitney grew up in the land of sweet tea and farming: Hiawassee, Georgia. After attending the Creative Circus in Atlanta, Georgia for a degree in Design, Whitney decided to pursue her lifelong passion by opening a studio to create handcrafted artwork for events and businesses. Whitney’s whimsical designs display her ability to style your celebration or ceremony, build your brand a personality, and help your business tell its story.
Da Vinci’s Donuts is proud to exhibit the work of local artist, Christi Hough. Her oil and encaustic pieces will be on display for viewing and sale, from June 1st through the 30th!
During an impromptu babysitting session, I began talking donuts with my young companion, Timmy. I may have pushed the conversation in that direction. No matter what anyone says it is not an obsession, it’s not. I found that he had a unique outlook on the creation of the donut.
The Donut Chef, by Bob Staake, is a fun and colorful fable about what happens when passion for creativity and love of smiling faces, is overtaken by spite and competition. The donut chef is a great story for children, 0 to really, really old because youth lives in the heart.
The donut and its' many variations have been circulating the world for centuries. It seems that if something exists in a vaguely, food like, form, people will put it in or on a donut. I won’t lie to you, most of these donuts don’t come from the US but that kind of diversity in flavors and ideas is what makes this big, blue marble interesting. Some of these may revolt, others may intrigue but they all top the chart of Da Vinci’s weirdest.
The history of the donut has more uncertainty than the half eaten cannoli on your break room counter that came from who knows what production line. It is believed that Dutch settlers, coming to America, created the grandaddy of what we know as the modern donut. Dutch dessert makers dropped round cakes into pig fat and let them fry until brown.
Welcome to our blog! As Downtown Alpharetta is growing, we are so incredibly excited to be a part of it. Now that Da Vinci’s Donuts is open, please add us to your list of places to visit –and tell your friends and colleagues, too! Located at 131 S. Main St. at the corner of Main and Old Milton, Da Vinci’s Donuts is a unique look at the donut and donut cafe.
To enhance your experience when enjoying our donuts, we at Da Vinci’s knew we wanted to partner with other vendors that complimented our entire tasty line or that could stand alone when you just want a cup of something great.