Jun 08, 2010
By Matt Ehlers
CAROLINA BEACH -- Traveling 129 miles from Raleigh to the beach to try an 80-cent doughnut is to put faith in those who have come before, to trust in their ability to judge grease and glaze.
Because even with rhapsodic testimonials posted across the Internet, driving that far to eat Britt's Donuts is a gamble because there are nochoices. If you prefer chocolate, and your buddy eats jelly-filled, that's fine, but you can't have either. Britt's sells only fried glazed doughnuts.
There is a simple reason for this, insists owner Bobby Nivens.
"When we get busy," he says of his airy, hand-cut delicacies, "we don't have time for other doughnuts."
After the first one, you might not either...
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