Delicious Delights: Our Favorite Merrimack Valley Donut Shops

Celebrate Donut Day June 2 by visiting one of these locally owned shops!

June 2, 2023

Donut Day is just around the corner, and what better way to celebrate than by indulging in the divine delectable donuts offered by the  Merrimack Valley's locally-owned donut shops? 

Have you been to all of the locally owned donut shops in the local area? Join us on a delightful donut journey through the Merrimack Valley ... plus we brought the jokes!

Izusek | Canva

Why did the donut go to the dentist? 
(Answer below!)

Heav'nly Donuts

55 S Main St 

Haverhill, MA 01835

(978) 521-4693

I will start by saying that my favorite doughnut is the manager's special doughnut. It is glazed with vanilla frosting in the middle. The workers are kind and helpful and work hard to keep their customers happy. I noticed they also have a few gluten-free options. You'll find a nice variety to choose from whether it be a flaky twist a Danish a donut muffin or a sandwich you can decide. With coffee or tea iced or hot new flavors every so often. 

Badman Productions | Canva

How do you know if a donut is feeling sad or tired? 
(Answer below!)

Somebody's Place

38 Andover St.

Andover MA 01810


Somebody’s Place is a small family-run restaurant that serves delicious breakfast and lunch as well as handmade small batches of old-time donuts, fresh every day.

We have all the classic donuts: glazed, chocolate, jelly, Boston cream, apple cider, coffee rolls, apple fritters and various other special creations like the whoopie pie donut, maple bacon donut and glazed raspberry cream donut.

Towfiqu Ahamed Barbhuiya | Canva

What happened to the donut who played golf?

(Answer below!)

Pop Donut

297 Andover St.

Lawrence, MA 01843

978- 974-9999

To all donut lovers, you will absolutely love Pop's delicious donuts!  You are guaranteed, you won't regret it! 

Is anyone's stomach growling yet? Just me? 

Support our local-owned donut shops on Donut Day — they not only will fill that "hole" you've had in your stomach, but you can also feel good about supporting one of the Merrimack Valley's small businesses that make this area so special.


Happy Donut Day from Macaroni KID Merrimack Valley!

Joke answers: 

Why did the donut go to the dentist? Because it needed a chocolate filling! How do you know if a donut is feeling sad or tired? Its eyes glaze over.  What happened to the donut who played golf? He got a hole-in-one!