Granted, they aren't fancy ones, but there are still lots of chances for free doughnuts coming up. It all starts tomorrow at 10 a.m. at Penn Station with a ribbon cutting to commemorate three brand-new Hudson News/Dunkin' Donuts mashups on the building's Amtrak side; mascots Mr. Sprinkles, Hudsy the News Hound, and, um, Joe the Cup will dispense freebies from their variously shaped and sized foamy hands. Do free doughnuts trump creepy mascots? You'll have to decide that yourself.
Then on Friday starting at 7 a.m. in conjunction with the 75th annual National Donut Day (which started in 1938 as a war relief effort), the Salvation Army will hand out free Entemann's doughnuts and coffee southwest corner of the Madison Square Park at 23rd and Broadway.
And finally on Friday, purchase any beverage at Dunkin' Donuts and get a free doughnut. Granted, that could possibly mean two free Dunkin' Donuts in a week, which depending on your feelings is either a very good thing, or a very sad thing. Either way: lots of free doughnuts!
Penn Station Runs on Dunkin' [Nation's Restaurant News]
Entenmanns® and The Salvation Army Honor 75th Annual National Doughnut Day on June 1st with Sweet Celebration [Official Site]
Sweet Deal: Dunkin' Donuts Announces Free Donut Offer For National Donut Day On June 1 [PRNewswire]
Stop in to Krispy Kreme on June 1 for a FREE doughnut of your choice [Restaurantnews.com]