Hypnotic Donuts Does Biscuits Too

by Steven Doyle

Donuts might not be the most politically correct food that you might choose, but when did that ever stop us. Seriously, donuts filled with imagination as well as plenty of bacon, Cap’n Crunch or jalapenos cannot be wrong and Hypnotic Donuts hit’s the spot.

When you meet donut mogul and owner James St. Peter you can’t help but sport a smile. This man is seriously the Willy Wonka of fried dough and seems to meet each day with verve which is spoon-fed by his artistry. This leaves his customers in total fascination. St. Peter’s product is total comfort food at its finest.    

Orgasmic and wacky ingredients aside, Hypnotic is also gathering a large swell of kudos on their biscuits, obligingly made by in-house chef Paul Milano who has been given the title of Buda of Biscuits and Chief of Chicken. No ordinary chicken and biscuit, these are massive and delicious all at once.

Named for the feminine employs of Hypnotic there are several varieties that stand out such as Kaye’s, which is stuffed with pepper jack cheese, whipped cream cheese and jalapenos. Or Meribeth’s which sports white peppered gravy and tater tots. All the above is served with a slab of chicken that has been maribated 24-hours and fried.

Whether you are in for the crazy donuts or the chicken and biscuits, you will find Hypnotic certainly does not lack for comfort. Oh, and don’t think we didn’t notice the sign. Free Lone Star beer on Wednesdays from 11am to noon, and complimentary mimosas all day Monday.

Hypnotic Donuts
9007 Garland Road
214.668.6999
 
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2 Comments

Filed under Bacon, Bake Sale, Crave, Dallas, Donuts, Fried Food, fun with food, Steven Doyle

2 responses to “Hypnotic Donuts Does Biscuits Too

  1. Juan

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