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The 32-foot-tall doughnut sign above Randy’s Donuts
Randy’s Donuts
Randy’s Donuts

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World-Famous Randy’s Donuts Finally Rolls into Las Vegas

The first Randy’s Donuts location in Las Vegas opens on August 16

The 70-year-old Randy’s Donuts found in movies such as Iron Man 2 and Mars Attacks! is finally opening in Las Vegas.

The California doughnut spot known for its towering doughnut marquee is opening at 2170 S. Rainbow Boulevard near Sahara Avenue on August 16.

Foot Loop-topped doughnuts
Randy’s Donuts
Randy’s Donuts

Visitors to Randy’s Donuts can expect over 60 different varieties of doughnuts, mostly priced under $3, along with Randy’s Rounds — which are like larger doughnut holes— and Randy’s Roast coffee.

The new doughnut shop, which had been expected to open by December of last year, will celebrate its first Las Vegas location by sharing a free raised glazed donut with all guests from 6 a.m. to 12 p.m. on opening day.

A variety box of doughnuts
Randy’s Donuts
Randy’s Donuts

The opening is the first of seven planned locations in the Las Vegas Valley, including those at the intersection of Blue Diamond Road and Cameron Street and another at Hacienda Avenue and Fort Apache Road. The original location in Inglewood is a famed attraction for its 32-foot-tall doughnut sign mounted on the roof. The upcoming location on Blue Diamond Road has plans to have its own 18-foot replica of the original sign.

The upcoming Las Vegas locations will serve doughnut varieties like sprinkle iced cake, chocolate iced cruller, and maple doughnuts topped with churros.

Randy’s Donuts doughnut shop at dusk
Randy’s Donuts
Randy’s Donuts

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