With a facade festooned with a metal rooster, it's easy to mistake The Donut Whole as a simple place to snag doughnuts and coffee. But once you step inside, you'll see that there's more than meets the eye. On Friday and Saturday nights, The Donut Whole hosts live music free of charge. Expect to see jazz musicians, singer/songwriters, cover bands, and oldies acts take the stage.
And, The Donut Whole also has an art gallery, dubbed the Brown Paper Bag Gallery. Artwork created by local artists goes up on the last Friday of every month and stays up until the end of the following month, and most of it is for sale. So, if you see something that strikes your fancy, don't hesitate to ask about it.
Even though there's a lot going on at The Donut Whole, most customers come in for just one reason — the doughnuts. There are more than 40 varieties available every day, made with locally sourced ingredients, including Kansas buttermilk and dairy products originating from nearby Stafford County. The hands-down favorite is the maple bacon doughnut, but the S'mores Sandwich Cookie doughnut and the peanut butter and grape have plenty of fans, too.