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Nutella Donuts (!!!) and More Halloween Treats at Rainbow Donuts Cafe

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Halloween is all treat and no trick at Rainbow Donuts Cafe. The 7th Street location has a special deal just in time for the holiday: $25 for a dozen frightfully delicious Halloween donuts. This deal is available now through Sunday, November 4, and pre-orders are recommended.

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Delight your coworkers or family by snapping up a dozen of these Halloween donuts before they're gone. The selection includes flavors like Oreo cookies, s'mores, Nutella, peanut butter, and -- drumroll, please -- maple bacon. Halloween-themed treats include the Bloody Red, Lucky 13, and Zombie-Land. What flavor are those spine-chilling specialties? That's a spooky surprise, and you'll have to sink your teeth (or fangs) in to find out.

Rainbow Donuts Café is a family-owned shop that serves donuts and baked goods, all made from scratch daily since 1982. Unlike many donut shops, Rainbow's sweet, fried treats are made without trans fats. Other than donuts, the café also serves croissant sandwiches, pastries, and coffee.

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