Taylor-Maid Donuts (Removed)
Pomona, CA Photo by RoadsidePeek.com
Welcome to Taylor-Maid Do-nuts of Pomona. Unfortunately, this
donut shop evidently changed hands and the vintage marquee outside is
South Bay, CA Photo by RoadsidePeek.com
Here's an old facade for the Golden Donut, which now service Mexican
food, including burritos and tacos. Taco about going beyond the standard
Angel Food Donuts
Long Beach, CA Photo courtesy Georg Balandran
Big donuts are always fun to see while traveling the great American roadside.
This one in Long Beach at Angel Food Donuts is no exception.
Well, as 2001 came along, so came the pink pastry. The Angel Food Do-nuts along 7th is now closed and history, replaced by this pink icon.
Photo courtesy David Ferdig
Foster's Freeze Photo courtesy Georg Balandran
A good place to stop on a hot summer day is always a nearby Foster's
Freeze. Let's see... Summer breeze... banana split.
The Donut Hole
City of Industry Photo courtesy Georg Balandran
Looking to grab a snack from the convenience of your car? Well, this
programmatic architecture delight is a real drive-thru donut joint featuring 26 foot tall donuts on each end of the structure, serving as end caps. The Donut Hole has been delighting San Gabriel Valley donut lovers for years.
The building was one of a total of five that was once part of a chain. Built in 1968, the Donut Hole is the only one of its kind left.
Somewhere in L.A. Photo by RoadsidePeek.com
Here's an old A-frame for a Baskin Robbins 31 Flavors Ice Cream,
still in business serving ice cream after all these years.
A close-up of the front. Photo courtesy Adriene Biondo
Oceanside, CA Photo and info courtesy Jimmy Bowman
Off the old 101 in Oceanside, CA is this sign for the Baskin
Robbins ice cream. The lettering for the ice cream still stands out
at night, though the sign was recently modified.
Fullerton, CA Photo and info courtesy David Carrasco
Here is a photo of a former Burger Chef Restaurant which is now the B&B
Donut shop in Fullerton,CA. The large marquee sign is gone, but
look at the top of the building and notice the large brace which once
held the Burger Chef sign.