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Tiny Tom Donuts

For those of you (like me) who crave Tiny Tom donuts year round, you'll be happy to know that they opened their first retail location today at 7323 Woodbine Ave (in Markham). I'm currently enjoying my first bag of the little donuts drowning in sugar & cinnamon...mmm.
here's a coupon btw:
http://www.tinytomdonuts.com/COUPONS%...

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  1. YUM! Thanks for the tip.

    1. Neat!

      I think years ago they may have had other retail locations. I have a very vague memory of there being one in the Eaton Centre area... don't hold me to it though!

      WON
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      1. re: wontonfm

        I remember a location at the Yonge/Dundas square for maybe a few months or something a few years ago, as well...

      2. Hopefully the prices are adjusted properly, when you see them at Rib Fest it's like $5 for a tiny bag

          1. re: magic

            I went to the location at woodbine and denison, wanted to see what all the fuss was about. I thought while they were good, I was unsure it was worth all the raves. I took advantage of the coupons on their website, buy one dozen and get second dozen free. That definitely made it a good value, total cost was $3.50.

            1. re: callitasicit

              Did they make them fresh while you waited? That's really what all the fuss is about at the Ex. The novelty evaporates as they drop in temperature.

              1. re: Yongeman

                Yes that is what I'm concerned about as well. Fresh at the Ex, with people buying them all day, they are fantastic. Woodbine location without the high volume of people concerns me. If they make them fresh that is all I care about. Fresh, they are great.

                1. re: Yongeman

                  They were fresh and piping hot, that's what made it good. They actually grew on me, I didn't care for the chocolate powder but enjoyed the cinnamon sugar ones.

                  1. re: callitasicit

                    Great...I also love the cinnamon ones.

                    1. re: Yongeman

                      I had them at the Ex this year to see what all the fuss is about. 'Tiny' is definitely the operative work. 5 bucks for a bag of nice warm bites that would add up to about one apple fritter's worth of batter.

                      1. re: koknia

                        Hee hee...that's the Ex for you.

            2. Thanks for letting us know about this new store! I dropped by this afternoon and ...mmmmm! They cost $3.50/dozen, which is still expensive in my opinion, but is nevertheless $2 less than what they sell them for at Wonderland! They make them fresh when you order. Just a warning about their hours though: They close at 3pm and are closed on Sundays.

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              1. re: Chocolatemama

                Thanks for the heads up regarding their hours. Good to know.

                1. re: magic

                  I found that out the hard way when I got there at 4:{