Where to Get Donuts in Los Angeles
Leaving LAX on a Private Tour to Get Fresh Donuts
Visible from the 405 Freeway, city streets and during the approach when landing at Los Angeles International Airport, the giant donut atop Randy’s Donuts is a Los Angeles icon. Since 1953 the hole has marked the spot where folks come by for some doughy refreshment and coffee. Part of a movement in architecture embraced by southern California, and particularly Los Angeles from the 1930s through the 1950s, buildings were designed to look like their featured products. We also have buildings shaped like familiar objects remaining from that period. In other words, our custom Los Angeles tour guests never know what they are going to see. Randy’s Donuts is familiar to many from its appearances in movies, television shows, commercials and music videos over the years – a filmography too long to list. And, not surprisingly, the donuts are good. Motorcycle clubs often meet here at the easy to find and park landmark before heading out to the beach or mountains for a day of riding. We also cruise by on the way from the airport to Hollywood. Donuts and coffee, anyone?