Fresh Donuts Daily | Fray’s Donut House
Fray’s Donut House has been proudly servicing the St. Petersburg area for many years. We offer donuts, breakfast sandwiches and coffee at a reasonable price and are guaranteed to be fresh! When you’re on the run and need something to keep you going, stop by Fray’s Donut House to get a hot and fresh donut or a cup of coffee.
We have over 30 different types of donuts and over 6 different breakfast sandwiches. When it comes to breakfast and making sure you get to work on time, Fray’s Donut House is the place to go if you are in the St. Petersburg area.
Now with two convenient locations to serve you! Our latest store has opened at: 649 34th St. N, St. Petersburg, Florida.
If you have any questions or need assistance, please feel free to contact us!
Fray’s Donut House has been making mouth-watering donuts for St. Petersburg for many, many years! Check out our over 30 donut flavors now…
Donuts need just the right beverage to go with them — we have some wonderful coffee drinks to choose from! Check out our full menu…
I’ve found just what makes my mouth water and I know what I want to go with my dozen donuts! Please take me to the order online page now…
What Our Customers Have To Say…
The place is peaceful, quiet, service is good and the donuts are awesome. You get to meet interesting people, unlike other donuts shop, people come and go, mind their own business. Fray’s Donuts has old traditional donuts that are handmade in an old cafe setting. I come here everyday. — Bill H.
The Mothership! Donuts? Oh, you bet! Old school, nice employees, these two locations are wonderful. Out of cro-nuts today buuut plenty of amazing alternatives! Diet tomorrow, put equal in your coffee, what a Treat!! — John P.
Super delicious donuts. It was such a treat in st. Pete’s. We will go back again when I visit. I also loved the old school feel to the shoppe. — Michele L.
Thirty-one kinds of doughnuts are offered, as well as danishes and turnovers. The head light, tail light, and vanilla angel powdered sugar are unusual offerings. Nothing here is for hipster glory, no maple bacon. Just old fashioned counter service by polite people. I thought the doughnuts were ten times better than Dunkin or Shipley or Krispy Kreme. — Jay J.
Was craving an old school mom & pop donut this morning – Fray’s did not disappoint! Coconut raised was light but chewy with homemade ICING (not frosting from a can); Powdered sugar Bavarian cream was rich and not at all short on filling. Location was clean and we received absolutely delightful service. Well worth the stop, will be back again when we pass through St. Pete! — Emily H.
Fray’s is kind of small but has the feel of a neighborhood diner. They have an amazing selection of fresh donuts. It was slightly overwhelming. I purchased a couple dozen to take to work & asked the donut goddess, behind the counter, to decide on a random dozen. She did NOT steer me wrong. I’m a cake donut fanatic, but there was a chocolate coconut donut that made me rethink everything I know. Good grief, it was good. Luckily for my waistline, Fray’s isn’t convenient to me. However, if I find myself in the neighborhood, I’ll definitely make a point to stop in again. — Martie P.
I must upgrade the review. Since I came here last time, I’ve been there many more times. Egg and cheese croissant has become my favorite! I like that I can call in from work and order and my food is ready when u get there. Great customer service. — Yana W.
This Fray’s contains the similar charm and delicious donuts and drink of its sister stores.
SERVICE — The drive-thru takes total priority so walk-ups sometimes get the slower end of the stick. Either way, employees are always very caring and ask lots of questions to make sure you get what you want.
FOOD — Even the plain, glazed donuts melt in your mouth. Seriously light and fluffy. Not too many coffee choices here, but what they have begs to be complimented by a donut: either that, or the layers of donuts and patries modeling behind the counter is crying out.
ATMOSPHERE — The kitchen here is WAY more visible than other locations– this can be good (It feels more like eating homemade food from someone’s kitchen) or bad (my morning zombie-ness is somewhat distracted by the not-comforting site of kitchen utensils. Boooo, why does this place seem to close earlier than other Fray’s? I have to fulfill my craving NOW! — Pyra-Danny V.