And, if you're looking for dining in fine surroundings, it's not going to happen here. The place is essentially just two garage doors that are open when the shop is open. If they're down, it's closed. Then there is that blue and white awning over them (the sight of which means, "You're here."
No table dining, just two long counters running the length of the building. The main counter has large windows that give you a look at the kitchen where the delights are being made.
There are no conveyor belts, just one somewhat small fryer capable of making 36 doughnuts at a time.
And, of course, with the open garage doors like they have, no air conditioning. There might be a fan or two, I don't remember. And, it can get warm inside between the people, outside air and frying doughnuts.
They use long sticks to grab the doughnuts through the hole and lift them out of the fryers.
And, Oh So Good. --RoadDog