Vegan Donuts Las Vegas: Disco Donuts
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They’re making brioche donuts that are yeast-raised and fried.
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The all-vegan kitchen founded by self-taught, award-winning baker baker Stacey Oros came about during the pandemic.
She quit her job in October 2020 to check out van life, and then launched Disco Donuts in March 2021. For nearly a year, Oros word on the recipes before going to market. She debuted at Vegan Wonderland in 2022, selling out more than 100 donuts in three hours.
Seven months after that, she opened in the Lucky 3 ghost kitchen just outside of the Arts District. Today, she’s serving vegan donuts. In addition, the vegan bakery in Las Vegas is also a partner with Gordito Burrito to offer popular breakfast burritos.
The Disco Donut menu serves a variety of donuts.
Plus, they offer a create-your-own option for fresh donut holes, as well as breakfast eats, coffee and more.
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Not sure what to order? These are our top picks.
First, there’s the Oreo Deluxe Donut. This donut comes glazed and then dipped in Oreo cookie crumbs. After that, it’s topped with chocolate drizzle.
Next, the Cinnamon Toast Crunch donut. Like the Oreo donut, it’s glazed. Then, Oros covers it in Mom’s Best Cereal Cinnamon Crunch.
There’s also the Strawberry Shortcake Donut with glaze and housemade strawberry shortcake topping. A golden Oreo crowns this beauty.
For breakfast, Disco Donuts offers a few different choices. There are two burritos. One comes filled with vegan carne asada and tots, the other with sausage and tots.
Finally, Oros offers a brioche donut breakfast sandwich.
You can order at Lucky 3 in-person or via Postmates or UberEats.
333 W. St. Louis Ave.; Weds., Fri., Sat.: 8 a.m. – 4 p.m., Mon.: 8 a.m. – 1 p.m., Thurs.: 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m., Sun.: 6 a.m. – 8 a.m.