In Las Vegas, I always stop by Ronald’s Donuts when it comes to vegan breakfast on a budget. It is worth to try them if you are visiting Las Vegas. It is situated in a strip mall in the Chinatown district, a few miles from the Las Vegas Strip. Ronald’s Donuts is owned by a lovely Buddhist couple, Henry and Janie Kang, and it felt like home when I was there. I would recommend renting a car to get these donuts, and also see the beautiful mountainous deserts in Las Vegas. Ronald’s Donuts opens as early as 4am on the weekdays and 5am on the weekends if you want a great selection of vegan donuts.
Las Vegas: Ronald’s Donuts Some drooling vegan donuts photos for you, and my favorite one was the vegan Boston cream doughnut. Ronald’s Donuts offers a variety of delicious vegan donuts, about a dollar each.
Las Vegas: Ronald’s Donuts Front entrance of this donut shop, it has a lot of character without being too superficial. The building looks authentic, simple and traditional.
Las Vegas: Ronald’s Donuts Doni’s favorite donut is the Apple Fritter, shown on the top right. These donuts are huge in person, a typical and traditional Apple Fritter and you cannot tell the difference at all. I can barely finish it on my own.
Las Vegas: Ronald’s Donuts Meet the couple, Henry and Janie. Very humble, generous, and lovely owners of Ronald’s Donuts.
Las Vegas: Ronald’s Donuts Ronald’s donuts is every bit classic Americana. With the basic bench seating, the simple menu board behind the large glass donut display case and the early opening hours it has a very down to earth and retro vibe to it. The shop was empty when we arrived shortly after they opened at 4am but a constant stream of customers began to arrive before we departed with our donuts. Did you know that they also offer soy milk for your coffee?
Las Vegas: Ronald’s Donuts Even more huge and delicious vegan donuts. You will see plenty of cinnamon twists on the left and the cinnamon maple glazed donuts with peanuts on the top right. I never tried their cinnamon maple glazed donuts with peanuts, and I will try them in April. The cinnamon twists are also one of our favorites.
Las Vegas: Ronald’s Donuts Henry the owner, packing our vegan donuts. It would be nice if they can label their donuts and specify which are vegan, without having to ask. The rectangular donuts bars in chocolate and maple glaze on the bottom row are also vegan.
Las Vegas: Ronald’s Donuts Two shelves featuring Ronald’s gorgeous vegan donuts, especially my favorite Boston vanilla cream-filled donuts covered in chocolate icing.
Las Vegas: Ronald’s Donuts It was about 4:00 am in the morning. Doni and I are early risers when it comes to traveling in the U.S., and the traffic is pretty empty when we arrive there, which is also pretty nice.