This morning, on my way to campus for class, I stopped at Mary Lou Donuts. Mary Lou has been one of my favorite breakfast stops for as long as I can remember. It's fast, and there is plenty of variety.
Mary Lou Donuts is located on 4th Street, in Lafayette. It is a out-dated looking building, but don't let that fool you. Inside, there is not a lot of room to sit down, so I suggest you take your donuts to go. However, if you feel the need to sit down, there is about a total of maybe twelve seats in the whole place. They are light blue/teal in color, and they are swivel chairs with no backs. They're very retro-esque.
When ordering your donuts, there are many flavors to choose from. They have jelly filled (my personal favorite), cream filled, donuts with no filling, cake donuts, dream horns, apple fritters, and many more. There are about thirty different varieties in all, and they usually have a special donut of the week, too.
To go along with your donuts, you can order milk; which also comes in a few select flavors. They also carry orange juice, coffee, tea, and lemonade; but I strongly suggest the chocolate milk. To me, donuts and milk go together.
Mary Lou opens very early, at around 6 a.m., and closes each day around 5 p.m., except for Sunday. They are closed on Sunday. The donuts range in price from 35 cents to about one dollar, depending on what you get. I've tried many kinds of donuts from here, and they have all been delicious.