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Fresh & Hot: (fōnuts) Opens Tomorrow!
They're not doughnuts...or even donuts! They're "f�?nuts"--a "faux-donut" created by former Bazaar pastry chef Waylynn Lucas. The entire shop dedicated to the baked goodies, (f�?nuts), opens up to the public tomorrow, August 24th.
For your dunkin' delight, the fonuts are baked using less sugar than their fatty fried cousin, though the flavor-scape is just as varied. You'll find everything from fresh seasonal fruits in the mix to the requisite bacon, along with gluten-free selections, and savory bites.
Though we got a taste of the creations in June at Taste of the Nation, yesterday (f�?nuts) opened their doors for a preview, and LAist's Julie Wolfson stopped by to sample and snap some photos.
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