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LA Icon Randy’s Donuts Secures a New Space in the Heart of Hollywood

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The tourists will love it

A building with a giant doughnut on the roof with a dark sky.
The original Randy’s Donuts
Farley Elliott is the Senior Editor at Eater LA and the author of Los Angeles Street Food: A History From Tamaleros to Taco Trucks. He covers restaurants in every form, from breaking news to the culture, people, and history that surrounds LA's dining landscape.

One of Los Angeles’s most visible restaurants, Randy’s Donuts, is expanding again. The company has been keen to grow from its original home near LAX of late, this time landing a very eye-catching storefront in the epicenter of Hollywood and Highland.

Signage for the new Randy’s Donuts just went up last night near the Dolby Theater entrance, and already its got tourists taking photos (after they look up from reading all the star names on the sidewalk, that is). The wrapping is just the first indicator of construction, meaning the place won’t actually come online until sometime in late 2018. Still, it’s a big get for a Hollywood that is suddenly surging with well-known names, including Adam Perry Lang himself.

Signage for Randy’s Donuts in Hollywood
Randy’s Donuts [official]

Randy’s Donuts has been on a growth streak since last year, first opening up a kiosk space inside the Westfield Century City mall property. They’re also pushing into the South Bay in due time, and have big, wide eyes set on a national expansion into states like Nevada and New York. First up, the dark tourist heart of Hollywood proper.

Randy’s Donuts Hollywood
6801 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA