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jodydc Nov 2, 2007 10:47 AM

Can anyone recommend a place that has both apple cider and fresh apple cider donuts, that is within an hour or so of DC? Have a bad craving for those hot confections chased by cold cider...

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    BrianD Oct 17, 2012 02:02 PM

    There's a stand with apple cider donuts every Saturday at the Del Ray Farmers Market in Alexandria. And they sell those donuts at St. Elmos coffee pub on Mt. Vernon Ave. in Del Ray too. As to the cider itself, You can certainly get that at the farmers market, but I don't know about the coffee shop.

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      Jason1 Oct 10, 2012 06:16 AM

      Homestead Garden's in Davidsonville usually has a fryer going making them fresh on October weekends.

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        mc_blurred Oct 17, 2012 07:06 AM

        Mac's Donut Truck does fresh apple cider donuts at Eastern Market and Arlington. They update Facebook and let people know where they'll be on Saturday & Sunday. http://foodtruckfiesta.com/macs-donut...

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          jodydc Oct 17, 2012 01:25 PM

          Fantastic suggestions! Thanks. I will definitely look for the Eastern Market truck, and am hoping to make a road trip, too.

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        Kwil24 Oct 5, 2012 07:56 AM

        Apple House
        4675 John Marshall Hwy
        Linden, VA

        My great aunt lives in VA and raves about their apple doughnuts. It is a gift shop and restaurant.
        Enjoy the delightful doughnuts!!

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          Bob W Oct 5, 2012 09:43 AM

          They have free samples of the donuts on the counter -- you can stuff your face with donuts while waiting to order food/buy more donuts.

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            hamster Oct 5, 2012 11:36 AM

            Those are excellent when fresh out of the fryer.
            It's very close to a very nice vineyard with good tastings, Linden Vineyard something or other. Their wines are a bit more serious and "Old World," as they phrased it, compared to some of the other options in the area.

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              Aravisea Oct 9, 2012 02:00 PM

              Another vote for Apple House. We tried them for the first time a couple weeks ago on our way to some hiking in Shenandoah. The doughnuts were still warm when we got them (the place was hopping) and quite delicious.

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              Dakota Guy Nov 2, 2007 12:32 PM

              Virginia Farm Market
              1881 N. Frederick Pike (Route 522 N)
              Winchester, VA 22603
              Frederick County
              Phone: 540-665-8000

              Great apple cider donuts, apple cider, and much more.

              1. chowser Nov 2, 2007 11:03 AM

                Stribling Orchards in Markham makes them and they're great if you catch them as they bring them out piping hot. These are baked. They also have great cider. Call ahead, though, because they might be cutting down for the season and it's not worth going there if they are. It's probably just less than an hour from DC on 66 and you can stop by Naked Mountain Winery while you're out there--beautiful tasting room.

                http://www.striblingorchard.com/index...

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                Stribling Orchard
                11587 Poverty Hollow Ln, Markham, VA

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                  Elyssa Nov 2, 2007 10:50 AM

                  I've been having the same craving. This time of year, every year since moving away from my beloved New England I crave apple cider donuts. I haven't been able to find them in DC (last time I had them was in NYC last December at the Union Square Farmer's Market). I'm hoping someone has a source either in a store or at one of the DC farmer's market to warm this little New England heart. :)

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                    Jeserf Nov 2, 2007 11:00 AM

                    I'll check eastern market on Sunday during my adoption event and let you know if anyone has 'em.

                    one option is to call a place in MA that has em - I used to get them at Atkins Farms in Amherst, and they'd probably ship to you.

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                      Elyssa Nov 2, 2007 11:13 AM

                      The whole point is to have them fresh and preferably warm! I can get a bunch when I go home for Thanksgiving but it would be great to locate a place that sells them at a Farmer's Market on a regular basis in DC.

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