During the height of the summer season, you can often find a long line of folks waiting for their sugar blast at 8:30 a.m. when the garage doors open. (Remember, I told you, the doughnuts are not that good the next day unless you know about the microwave). And, throughout the day, there is a steady stream of customers. There were 10-12 in there when we went in July 8th at 12;30 p.m..
On the busiest days, Britt's will have three of four guys back in the kitchen cooking batch after batch. Then there will be at least two girls to work the counter. Business is so brisk on the 4th of July weekend, that Maxine Nivens cooks meals at home so the employees can eat on site.
Summer season, Memorial Day to Labor Day, is when Britt's does the most business. These are seven days a week during this time. The shop is also open weekends-only from the end of March to Memorial Day and after Labor Day until the beginning of October.
I know for a fact that I have occasionally been greatly disappointed to go there and find the place closed.
--Man, I'm Getting a Sugar Rush Just Sittin' Here and Typin' About It. --RoadDog