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What You'll Get
Make waking up worthwhile again and turn early morning meetings into magical playgrounds of culinary treats. With today’s deal, $5 gets you $10 worth of donuts, muffins, bagels, pastries, and anything else on the menu at Fox's Donut Den. Surprise your spoiled sweetie or deserving dad with breakfast in bed, or bring your neighbor's kids an after-school treat as a confusing anti-punishment for breaking into your car.
Pick up a dozen glazed donuts ($7.99) or get an assortment of flavors and textures ($8.99 for a dozen). Tantalize your taste buds with flavors like rich maple, decadent devil's food, velvety chocolate, blueberry cake, and more ($1.09 each). Whether light, fluffy, deep fried, dense, opinionated, or baked like cake, donuts are the tire swings of deliciousness dangling like unfulfilled dreams in the minds of Americans.
The donut’s torus shape is mathematically concocted to deliver the perfect mixture of warm, doughy innards and glazed golden surface in every bite. It is geometrically impossible to take an unbalanced bite. Ride these inner tubes of delight down a river of hot, rich coffee to satisfy your sweet tooth, or grab a savory spinach-parmesan bagel to get your torus on without the sugar rush.
The friendly folks at Fox's will be happy to help you choose from the mouthwatering options and to regale you with tales of each donut flavor’s mythical origin. Fritter away an afternoon with apple fritters ($2.24 each) and a small frozen yogurt ($2.99) or indulge in a gooey cinnamon roll or creamy chocolate éclair ($2.24 each). Get a dozen donut holes ($3.29) to return the tender spheres to their empty tori.
- The Donut Den is somewhat of a famous icon around Nashville. Every Saturday morning people line up for donuts for the family! Best apple & Hawaiian fritters! – FRandolph, Citysearch
- Also, the muffins are extra tasty. The blueberry bran (low fat) is my favorite, but the cranberry walnut is also good...give it a try if you are in the area. Service is with a smile! – lipscomb_lisa, Citysearch
- Show up in the morning for the freshest donuts with the best taste. They also have muffins and bagels for those closely watching calories. – carmodydw, Citysearch
Flavors Out of Favor
Fox’s Donut Den has the good sense to reject most of the hundreds of flavor suggestions they get each day via telegrams and shouts from passing cars. Here are just a few of the averted appetite antagonists, which is alliteration for rejected flavors:
- baby powder
- pumpkin (rind only)
- fear, as perceived by the olfactory epithelia of tigers
- bowling alley
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 27, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per visit. Must redeem in single visit, no credit or cash back. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Fox's Donut Den
It's early—the sun has yet to appear, and the roosters still need to warm up their crowing voices—but there's a glow radiating from the kitchen at Fox's Donut Den. For more than 30 years, the cafe's cooks have risen in the lightless hours of the a.m. to pack a glass-front case with trays of freshly glazed yeast donuts, fruit-filled kolacky, and steamy rolls. After sating the morning rush, crews continue on throughout the day, brewing fresh batches of coffee to the delight of midday visitors or evening regulars who have a story for every donut they've ever eaten.