I had always been a faithful Dunkin Donuts customer, especially since I knew I could get exactly what I wanted there all over the world. While this summer in Lexington, some friends told me about Krispy Kreme, and through Richmon Road, just saw the light indicating that the oven had just dinged. The smell of the freshly baked goodness enticed me to enter right away. "sell like hotcakes" is certainly true in this case. We bought ourselves a box, so we had not only for tea but for breakfast the next day. My son had a blast, he ordered the donut shaped American football, and was, he says, delicious! The place has a history. It all started 70 years ago, when a French chef devised the recipe. The first store was opened in North Carolina and has begun to expand worldwide. It also has a souvenir shop area where they sell mugs, shopping, t-shirts, etc.. Product also glad to see me through large windows that were in the room, such as bakers and machines are doing and taking the product,
During my first trip to Lexington, we were having dinner one night at Logans, a restaurant serving Tex-Mex where I could try one of my favorite dishes ... Bar-BQ ribs. The cabin decor is all wood, there are fluorescent lights and you can munch onpeanuts! Peanuts are everywhere! They are in the lobby, thrown on the floor, and a basket is brought to you at your table. When we went for the second time with my son, the filthiness was terrifying, and although we found out that they do clean indeed (we were the last to leave), no one knows what to do with such ending peanut shell on the floor. It's just Part of the fun, as happened to me in Spain a dozen years ago and found on the ground all covered with napkins and chopsticks to leave tapas. Bad habits extend across the world, heh heh heh.