Delicious and one of a kind donuts, coffee, lemonade, and tea are served up fresh daily at The Salty. This delicious donut spot is located in the Audubon Park Garden District of Orlando. While they have traditional donuts, gluten free and vegan donuts also line the shelves so everyone can enjoy a tasty treat no matter what their dietary needs entail.
I’ve been to my fair share of donut places in Orlando. However, The Salty definitely stands out in my mind because of how fresh the donuts are, and how unique the flavors are. My personal favorite so far has been the chocolate chip and sea salt donut, which you would never believe is gluten free because the donut is so soft and delicate but also packed with flavor. I also have the butterbeer flavor at the top of my list to try, because it looks absolutely magical!
They also have latin inspired flavors like guava and cheese and coquito, which are as delicious as they are beautiful. You may also find donut holes here, and occasionally they serve up other pastries depending on their specials for the week. I love that The Salty is always serving up new and seasonally inspired flavors as well, like their recent Christmas in July flavors that were served at the end of July.
Of course, nothing is better with donuts than coffee. The Salty has every type of coffee you can think of! This includes your traditional cappuccino and latte, but also unique concoctions like cinnamon cereal milk latte and maple and brown sugar cold brew. If you aren’t into caffeine, you can also get lemonades! My favorite way to have them is to mix tea and lemonade for a really refreshing beverage, especially for the summertime in Florida.
Looking for delicious donuts in Central Florida? Check out The Salty, offering donuts, coffee and vibes. These are genuinely some of the best donuts I’ve had in Orlando, and the freshest I’ve had as well! Trust me, I a-dough-re them!
Audubon Park Garden District
The Audubon Park Garden District of Orlando is an area filled with local restaurants and shops, and beautiful homes on brick roads with hanging trees all around. Right down the street from The Salty is East End Market, home to the famous Gideon’s Bakehouse and Lineage coffee. There are also many other locally owned restaurants and shops. For the plant lovers, this area houses Palmer’s Garden and Goods. This is a locally owned plant shop that hosts events like Florida wine tastings and fairy garden building. One of my personal favorites, which is less than 5 minutes away, is Out of the Closet Thrift Shop, where a portion of the profits made from thrift sales go to HIV and AIDS research. Interested in homes in the Audubon Park District?
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