Hanukah begins this evening, it is the best time to consider where you can get sufganiyot in Cincinnati. Sufganiyot is the Hebrew term for a donut and is one of the ways to observe the tradition of eating foods cooked in oil to honor the miracle of the oil. Whether you live in OTR, Madisonville, Hyde Park, Amberley, or Blue Ash, this is a list of some of the best places you can pick up sufganiyot for Hanukah.
Servatis: A local classic that features an assortment of baked goods and has multiple locations across the Cincinnati area.
Cafe Alma: Sufganiyot are not a normal menu item for the popular breakfast, bakery, and brunch spot. They will be offering Sufganiyot through the holiday.
Holtman’s Donuts: With locations in West Chester, Loveland, and Oakely, Holtman’s has been slinging fried dough since 1960.
Busken Bakery: The Cincinnati classic has been open since 1928 and is famous for its seasonal sugar cookies. They have multiple locations, with the Hyde Park location having the most variety and options.
Silverton Donut Shop: Nestled in the heart of Silverton, they serve up fresh donuts. And are a beloved favorite of quite a few community members. Be sure to get there early they sell out fast.
Wyoming Pastry Shop: Is another historic spot. They have been open since 1936 and is located in the heart of the Wyoming business district.
Starlight Donut Lab: If you’re looking for something different for your snack this year, look no further than Starlight Donut Lab.
Moonrise Donut: You’ll have to take a quick trip over the bridge for Moonrise Donut in Covington.
Peace Love and Little Donuts: According to their website, they make funkadelic, groovy, and far-out flavors and have two locations in Edgewood, Kentucky, and Hyde Park.
If we left off your favorite shop or you have a suggestion for our list, leave it in the comments!