MacDaddy’s Donut Garage is seriously drool-worthy. Inhale the delectable aroma of their house-made donuts and pastries and you’ll rush to get in line. But don’t hesitate too long—they’re only open until everything is sold. They even have a drive-through to make it super easy to get your coffee and donut fix for the day.

How did MacDaddy’s get its “Donut Garage” name? While the rich iron ore gave Ironton its name, during the heyday of mining Ironton was also an empire for automobile dealers. MacDaddy’s Donut Garage decided to honor that part of the area’s history with its garage-themed atmosphere.

They’ve already become locally famous for their mouth-watering selection of fresh donuts, served up with friendly service, hot coffee, as well as a variety of hot and cold beverages.

Selections include raised donuts, regular and old-fashioned cake donuts, crullers, cronuts, cinnamon and caramel rolls, and specialty pastries, such as “Max Torque,” which is billed as the pit boss of apple fritters. And if they don’t have the donut you’re looking for, they’ll even make it for you!

They also take special orders in large quantities if you’d like to treat your business, event, or even your weekend gatherings with family and friends.

Cruise on over and pull up to MacDaddy’s Donut Garage. Your tastebuds will be glad you did!

Monday: Closed
Tuesday–Saturday: 6a–1p
Sunday: 7a–noon