How Rhino’s Doughnuts is changing the game

Two Seventy took a field trip to Rhino Doughnuts new location at Mizner Park because we’re sick of visiting a bunch of cupcake places. We picked a half a dozen to review, on a scale from one to five.

 

Sprinkle

Photo by Alexis Paige.
Photo by Alexis Paige.

The classic. With no icing, it sets up a baseline for what to expect with their fried treat.

Maple Bacon with Cream

Photo by Alexis Paige.
Photo by Alexis Paige.

Bacon, maple and carbs so you can hit all of your major breakfast food groups.

 

Strawberry Cheesecake

Photo by Alexis Paige.
Photo by Alexis Paige.

It’s good at Cheesecake Factory and it’s good here too.

 

S’mores

Photo by Alexis Paige.
Photo by Alexis Paige.

She’s a looker but it’s shallow where it really counts.

 

Key Lime

Photo by Alexis Paige.
Photo by Alexis Paige.

You either love Key Lime or hate it – the rest of that doughnut was left for Alexis.

 

Red Velvet

Photo by Alexis Paige.
Photo by Alexis Paige.

Chris ate the only cake donut we tried before it could even make it to the after picture, and for that it gets our special “6” rating.


Overall, we loved the experience at Rhinos. It’s a refreshing break from all the cupcake joints out there. Every doughnuts was a five in terms of quality and consistency – we just don’t all have the same tastebuds.

Rest assured, there’s a doughnut waiting for you out there; just make sure to go well before their stated closing time of 5 p.m. We tried to go to Rhinos three more times around 3 p.m., but they were fresh out of doughnuts each time.

If you’re too far from Mizner, you can check out their locations in Lauderdale-by-the-Sea and Sunrise. Rhino is also opening up in the Sawgrass Mall.

It might just give Cinnabon a run for its money next time you’re there and want to go into a “Carb Coma.”

Photo by Alexis Paige.
Photo by Alexis Paige.

(Look, it says 270!)

 

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