Nomad Donuts recently opened in North Park.
They are currently in their soft opening phase but I’ve already heard some good things about the business and I love donuts, so I couldn’t wait to check them out.
There was a small line when we arrived, but we didn’t have to wait too long.
The donut flavors change daily and on the day we went, there was quite a unique selection, including a few savory ones.
I also like that the daily donuts are displayed on top of map books, fitting in with their theme.
Here is what we ended up choosing.
Peach Hibiscus, Vanilla Bean Chocolate Cake, Maple Cake, Red Wine Pear Blue Cheese Caramelized Onions.
Each of the donuts had a cake-base.
Of the four, my favorite was actually the red wine pear with blue cheese and caramelized onions. This was a big surprise to me because I was doubtful at the idea of mixing sweet and savory on my donut, but it actually worked. The donut also smelled wonderfully from the aroma of the caramelized onions.
My least favorite was the peach hibiscus. While I enjoyed the thin layer of tart frosting, the donut base was a little too dry.
The donuts here reminded me a lot like one of my favorite donut shops, Dynamo Donuts, both in terms of the cake-like texture as well as the unique flavor combinations.
Overall, while we didn’t love all the donuts we tried, we’d love to come by again, especially after they’ve settled in. The atmosphere was very friendly and I enjoy their distinctive donut flavor selection.
For another post on Nomad Donuts, check out CC’s recent visit here.
4504 30th St
San Diego, CA 92116