Unlike the ridiculous lines one may likely see at Voodoo Doughnut, there's generally not much of a wait when heading to Annie's. And all the yummy treats are still made fresh daily.
I was told that the maple bars and the apple fritters are among the most popular choices. With no more maple bars left in the display case at 12 p.m. on a Sunday (serves me right for coming late to the party), I got an apple fritter for $1.10.
Speaking of which, all the prices are very reasonable, ranging from the 60-cent plain cake doughnuts to the $1.10 fritters, cinnamon rolls, and bear claws. FYI, maple bars are 89 cents. Hey, if you can keep my wallet happy with these prices, that alone should go a long way in getting me to return.
Small coffees are still 75 cents here. Did we turn back the clock somewhere? I'd be hard-pressed to find places that sell a small cup for less than a buck anymore.
|Posted hours in August 2013|
Glad I finally tried Annie's. It's a very solid place to get doughnuts and coffee in Portland. Can't wait to come back and get more sweet treats! 8.75/10