Because searching for THESE doughnuts in every new city should be a sport

If you've never been to Fractured Prune, my heart is aching for you right now. Seriously, my soul weeps for anyone who has never put this hot-cake-thang in their mouth. They are always hot and custom made, too.

The Ambiance

First, off when you open the door smells of delicious goodness hit you right in the face. You may or may not go in thinking you're buying a "few" and leave with 16. You've been warned. Simply put, Fractured Prune is a cool doughnut shop with a cool story and cool people serving up fresh treats. Someone will probably greet you and hand you an order form and pencil. On a mission, you'll choose the doughnuts you want and you can even pick toppings to make your own creation. I never leave without grabbing a 'Orange Dream'. The toppings bar + kitchen area is open-style, so you'll see them handing dipping your doughnuts. YUMMMMMMM

The Service

Like I said before, cool people. I've been to about 4 different locations now between Maryland and Pennsylvania and all the employees have been awesome. Most recently, I was at a location in MD and like a jerk walked in right before they closed ( don't be like me). The staff was super cool and laid back about it and served us just as if they would have  at 10 am this morning. Great customer service is always in style.

The Food 

OMG. You might orgasm. Just saying. The doughnuts are so fresh and hot. Every time that I describe them to a Fractured Prune virgin I say they're like hot cakes. Literally, like small cakes. They have a very doughy (in a good, fully-cooked way) texture. Fracture Prune is not kidding when they say Always Hot Doughnuts. I was crushed that I missed the free doughnuts that they gave out on #nationaldoughnutday. I'll be there next year, for sure! 

P.S. Don't leave FP without grabbing a 'Orange Dreamsicle.'

Rating: 5 hot, melty donuts

Will you join me in trying to find a FP in every new city you go to? C'monnnn

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You. Me. Lunch. started as a saying between my best friend, Khaila, and I. It's been our way of saying 'see ya later' since we were seven years old. I guess you can say I'm an actual food baby.