That may be partially because I don't get there as much as I'd like, so every time I go, there's something new and delicious to try. Jolly Pirate Donuts serves up some of the area's best donuts - in addition to Greek gyro sandwiches.
The new deli menu features an assortment of Greek gyro sandwiches, which sell for $4.99. Customers can choose from a traditional gyro (made with a blend of lamb and beef), a chicken gyro and a veggie gyro. Other new options include a Greek pita pizza served on flatbread ($4.89) and a salad ($4.59.) The deli also offers an assortment of sandwiches served on fresh made croissants including roast beef ($4.49), ham ($4.49), turkey ($4.49), chicken salad ($4.49), and tuna salad ($4.49) (HERALD DISPATCH).
That's quite the combination, right? On this day, though, I was here for just the donuts, which there are plenty of.
Let's start with a standard glazed donut, shall we? I think they're actually maybe a tiny bit smaller than others? And, this one was fine. There wasn't anything especially outstanding about it - I very well could've liked some more glaze, too.
The other donut I got was the strawberry & cream, which has both jelly & cream inside! I mean, yes. This one was pretty darn tasty.
It's pretty cool to get gyros and donuts in one place. And, next time I'll have to try both.