Well, yesterday was the day I finally went over to Ronald’s Donuts after being in Las Vegas for nearly a week. There is one main thing I love about the place; it’s totally normal. It’s just a random coffee shop, that just happens to have vegan donuts. Vegans and non-vegans alike happily munch on them. It shows how good vegan baking can be, and how unnecessary certain ingredients are. It’s been voted the best donut shop in Vegas, with no qualifiers. And in case you are wondering are these donuts too good to be true, like I was, check out the Quarrygirl blog post about the lab tests commissioned by Ray Ortega from Sun Flower Baking California. (in short… they really don’t have eggs in them.)
It is SUPER easy to get to from the strip, but I missed my stop and ended up walking three blocks mid-afternoon, which I don’t recommend on a 104 degree day (okay so it was 40C, but 104 sounds so much more impressively hot.) So in short, if you are on a bus in a strange place… pay attention to where it’s going!
Today also took a trip up to the top of the Stratosphere, and the Big Shot. I was going to jump off of it, but once I got up there, I didn’t feel excited or nervous or anything about it. It’s a controlled free fall, one drop down and the end. I want more! But the Big Shot was fun, it didn’t last very long but I had a great time while it was going. What an amazing view of Vegas.
Until next year… bye Vegas!
4600 Spring Mountain Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89102