At the PNE, Tin Lizzy Concessions puts a new twist on mini doughnuts

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      Those Little Donuts, which are punched out fresh from super-nifty machines right before your eyes, have been a tradition at the PNE since 1976. But if you want to shake things up this year, there’s a new competitor at the fair.

      Tin Lizzy Concessions is putting its mini doughnuts on a stick—threading a dozen red-velvet doughnuts on a skewer, that is, and drizzling them with a cream-cheese glaze.

      This warm treat costs $6; find the stand on the West Line Food aisle near the Italian Gardens, between Marketplace and the Pacific Coliseum.




      Aug 28, 2015 at 3:34pm

      Those look awesome. I love fun food, even if it may not be the best thing for you.