Cardigan Donuts in Minneapolis is now offering an all-you-can-eat option

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Just a few days removed from National Donut Day, Cardigan Donuts has made a significant announcement.

The heavenly bakery in the Minneapolis skyways will now be open on Saturdays, it announced this past Friday.

"And there's an all-you-can-eat option," the bakery added.

CityPages has more details, but basically for $10.95 you can have endless donuts and for an extra $2 you can get bottomless drip coffee. It'll open between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Saturdays.

The highly-rated shop was among those getting a mention in our "best donuts in Minnesota" compilation on Friday. 

You can find it in the skyways of the City Center building, where it has built up a devoted following since opening just over a year ago.

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“The service was warm and welcoming, the donut was phenomenal (vanilla caramel coconut bar - holy sweet damn yes all the everything)," one Yelp reviewer wrote.

It has a mixture of permanent menu items and a rotating schedule of new, limited-edition creations, a schedule for which you can find on its website.

Recent new releases have seen donut flavors including mint cocoa, tiramisu and ginger matcha cake.

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