It’s a Saturday night, and Stephen and I are at home, watching the Food Network. Big mistake, especially if its a show on gooey donuts. We started talking about donuts, and saying what our favorite donut is.
Stephen said he loved Buttermilk Bars. The next thing I knew, I was looking up places that was opened at 11:30 pm that sold Buttermilk Bars. B&B actually came up, listing on their menu “Buttermilk Bars”. The next thing I knew, I tossed a sweatshirt on, put on some slip on shoes, and we were heading toward Downtown Fullerton.
Located across the street from Fullerton Costco is this yellow A frame looking donut shop. There’s a yellow painted sign that said Open 24 hours, but after 11 pm, they ask that you order from the Drive Thru window.
The place was a bit dark inside, but you could see the display of donuts behind the glass. From behind the drive thru window, you can see more donuts being made, getting ready to be fried.
The place only had a few picnic tables outside, and it was a bit dark and secluded, so we got 2 doughnuts (yes, only 2) the Buttermilk Bar and a simple glazed donut to take back home. This trip cost us $1.85, and probably the gas cost us more.
The donut still tasted nice and fresh. Stephen inhaled his Buttermilk, and I gobbled my glazed. It was a great midnight food run, and satisfied our sweet tooth.