If you, like us, are the kind of person who gets excited over a donut, then it’s worth waiting in the line (which is pretty much always there) at Salty Donut. The small Wynwood shop isn’t too remarkable, but the donuts at the end of your wait are Miami’s best. You will want to eat the brown butter and salt, guava and cheese, and white chocolate tres leches. But you will probably only make it through one and a third of the huge donuts before you realize you’ll have to shove the rest of them in your fridge and try again tomorrow.
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