The first Federal Donuts outside Philadelphia, will start serving fresh doughnuts ($1.75 each, $7.50 for a half-dozen, or $13 for a dozen) turned out from a robot fryer and then tossed in house-blended sugar, starting at 7 AM each morning. Flavors include strawberry lavender, cinnamon brown sugar, and cookies ‘n’ cream. Cake doughnuts, covered in specialty glazes and in flavors such as guava poppy, strawberry shortcake, lemon meringue, black & white, chocolate eclair, and blueberry mascarpone ($2.76 each, $13 for a half-dozen, or $24 for a dozen).
At 11 AM, thy’ll start serving fried chicken,with a choice of seasonings and glazes, such as coconut curry, chili garlic, honey ginger, za’atar, and sweet soy garlic. A half chicken costs $11 and includes a breast, two thighs, and two drumsticks. A whole ($22) includes two split breasts, two thighs, and two drumsticks. All orders are served with a honey doughnut. The Miami location will also offer the restaurant’s chicken sandwich ($7.50), a fried boneless chicken breast dusted in house ranch seasoning and topped with American cheese, a dill pickle, and spicy rooster sauce on a Martin’s potato roll. @FederalDonuts