Duck Donuts offers cinnamon or powdered sugar, peanut butter or maple icing coats, toppings like chopped bacon, shredded coconut or Oreos, and a marshmallow or salted caramel drizzle, to list a few of the options. Photo courtesy of SDCM Restaurant Group

Duck Donuts offers cinnamon or powdered sugar, peanut butter or maple icing coats, toppings like chopped bacon, shredded coconut or Oreos, and a marshmallow or salted caramel drizzle, to list a few of the options. Photo courtesy of SDCM Restaurant Group

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Laura Manley Aughinbaugh

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Devil’s Dozen, which has a rooftop patio with views of the harbor, serves about 150 customers on the weekends and up to 75 customers on any given week day. Photo courtesy of SDCM Restaurant Group

As San Diego continues to establish itself as a culinary destination and with the continual growth of the made-to-order trend, the cookie-cutter version of the donut shop is slowly becoming a thing of the past...

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