Big Doughnut, the Donut Hole
La Puente, California
The Donut Hole was built in 1968, the two hollow ends fashioned from fiberglass to look like giant 26-ft. wide brown doughnuts. You can drive through its double-dunker portal.
Plunked down in a typical store-jammed suburbia, the Hole's digestive system is taxed as a stop-and-go stream of cars are gulped down and unceremoniously pooted out.
The fresh-baked choices are arrayed within, trayed along interior windows. We recommend buying an assortment bag of orange topped, plain and glazed.