Paula’s in the News
By Samantha Christmann
"Paula Huber spent 17 years running her doughnut shop, Paulas Donuts, out of this Kenmore Avenue storefront. Soon, shell add a West Seneca location."Thursday, October 8, 2015Buffalo Scoop
By Lauren Kirchmyer
"The wait is over! After 19 years of success in the Northtowns, Paulas Donuts will be opening its doors to the first Southtowns-based location at 5 a.m. this Thursday, Oct. 1."September 26, 20152 Locations in WNY!By William Homan
"Its difficult for Paula to let go of any control because she is so passionate about the quality of the product, Huber explained. Its possible that when the time is right we look at other options, but for now we are happy with the way it is.May 7, 2015By Laura Daniels
"We can't wait to be a part of Paula's upcoming birthday party next Tuesday morning! Plus, for every dozen donuts purchased throughout the day, Paula will donate $1 to Autism Services. That's a lot of dough! A special thank you to all of our friends at Paula's Donuts and Mix 96!"April 20, 2015By Candace Lowry
"Why you knead it: First of all, any doughnut place that caters weddings deserves an A+ already. Paulas claims to use a super secret ingredient that you wont find in any of the big chain store donuts, so they have to be amazing. Their Frosted Angel Cream is filled with homemade whipped cream and topped with a layer of fresh icing and glittery sprinkles. You can even order it to be the size of an actual cake."Feb. 5, 2015By Mr. Brown.
"Paulas Donuts: These doughnuts absolutely rank with some of the best Ive ever had. More specifically, their sour cream old-fashioned absolutely hits the mark. Theyve nailed it."November 17, 2014.Tonawanda News
by: Jessica Bagley
"For most of the day Wednesday, lines stretched out the door and cars packed the parking lot and nearby streets. Huber, along with her husband and daughter, stayed behind the counter to help serve the customers in her new town."August 22, 2013By Samantha Maziarz Christmann
"The people who walked here every day and actually built the business cant get to the new place, so thats why Im torn, Huber said. These people become friends and were really going to miss them."August 16, 2013by: Candy Hayes
University Heights Interview.February 27, 2013Buffalo Spree
by: Rachel Fix Dominguez
"There's no better place to start than with the store that sets the bar for many Buffalonians: Paula's Donuts. While some may say that the bellwether of a fine donut shop is its fry cake, I contend that the peanut stick is a far better indicator." "A single bite makes you realize that you're eating the real deal, and not a simulacrum of a donut."February 2013Buffalo News
"After losing the lease and moving out of her long-time store at 308 Kenmore Ave. last weekend, Paula Huber and her crew moved into more spacious digs at 2319 Sheridan Drive.
The store was very busy with some new faces, Huber reported this morning.
"It seems like a lot of the neighborhood are really supporting us," she said."August 21, 2013Buffalo News
by: Samantha Maziarz Christmann
""It's bittersweet," Huber said. "I hate to leave, but we're excited about the new location."
After losing the lease on her current store near the Budwey's supermarket (a CVS Pharmacy is planned for the site), Huber said she searched for a nearby replacement, but couldn't find a suitable space she could afford to renovate. Instead, she ended up 2.5 miles away at 2319 Sheridan Drive in the Town of Tonawanda.
"The people who walked here every day and actually built the business can't get to the new place, so that's why I'm torn," Huber said. "These people become friends and we're really going to miss them.""August 16, 2013WGRZ
by: Kevin O'Neill
"Kevin O'Neill showed up for work with no location set up ahead of time, and let the viewers offer suggestions for where he should go live. Paula's Donuts was the most popular suggestion (among viewers and Channel 2 employees).
So Kevin went live and interviewed Paula and her husband, even know they both had no idea they'd be on TV when they woke up for the day."March 6, 2013Buffalo News
by: Dan Schwartz
"I'd been off doughnuts for a while. I thought I'd kicked the habit. I even almost lost my doughnut belly. Then this past summer, my son discovered Paula's Donuts. I'm hooked again. I'm trying to cut down to once a week, but so far, no cigar, just more doughnuts"March 3, 2013Buffalo News
by: Anne Neville
"So, with hope that only the good trends will continue, here's our annual somewhat wishful, somewhat comic look back, and, to a certain degree, forward at what's peaking now and what's fading"
"Paula's Donuts in & all other donuts out"December 30, 2013Hot Picks for Buffalo Beer WeekBuffalo Rising
by: Julia Burke
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"On Wednesday, 10/31, those looking for a Halloween treat should consider stopping by Pizza Plant's Walker Center location for Voodoo Donut Fright Night. The Plant will be offering Rogue Voodoo Donut Maple Bacon Ale, paired with Paula's Maple Bacon donuts, naturally. Free samples will be given to all in costume; this popular Oregon brewery/donut shop collaboration will be made even better by the superior donuts (sorry, Voodoo) of Paula's."October 29, 2012Owner fears landlord may sell her building
The Buffalo News
by: Stephen T. Watson
"The owner of Paula's Donuts, a North Buffalo institution known for its oversized doughnuts baked fresh in the store, is looking for a new location in the same neighborhood because she fears her landlord plans to sell the building."July 28, 2012Just having fun! lolSummer 2012Clarence Bee
by: Andrea Kimbriel
"They're also made with a generous amount of filling, according to owner Paula Huber. 'When you bite into it, you know you're going to get some filling you don't need a microscope to see it,' she said."May 9, 2012WGRZ
by: Kevin O'Neill
"Paula's Donuts opened in the ྖs, and quickly gained a loyal following in the Kenmore/North Buffalo area. Now, a move to Main Street in Clarence gives more WNYers a chance to enjoy fresh, handmade donuts.""April 24, 2012What We Want/ PaczkiBuffalo Spree
by: Rachel Fix Dominguez
"Buffalo has a long and storied doughnut history, from the hallowed days of Freddie's Donuts to the delicious offerings currently available from Paula's Donuts. But if you're not of Polish heritage, you may not be aware of the seasonal availability of a very special type of doughnut: paczki."February 2012Buffalo News
by: Stephen T. Watson
"Huber said she leaves her Kenmore Avenue store reluctantly. She joked that she would lay down in the path of demolition equipment if anyone tried to tear down the building and she said her longtime customers are like family to her."December 28, 2012WIVB 4 New's Clip
by: Liz Reiman
"BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Buffalo's guilty pleasure bakery is moving next summer to Sheridan Drive in the Town of Tonawanda."December 28, 2012Buffalo News
by: Stephen T. Watson
How we started and where we are going!January 1, 2012Buffalo Spree
by: James Walkowiak
"...Standing in the line makes you feel like you're in on a secret, and you don't care that everyone else knows about it. And when you're done licking the powdered sugar from your fingers, you actually want more."June 2011Yahoo! Voices
by: T.A. Mapenza
"Paula's Donuts located at Kenmore and Englewood is the National Buffalo shrine when it comes to delicious sweet decadent treats. Their thirty plus selection of ever-fresh tantalizing cakes is worth exploring."February 21, 2011Yahoo! Voices
by- T.A. Mapenza
"Cuisine wise, Buffalo is famous for its wings, that is until you visit Paula's Donuts, with over 28 scrumptious varieties, they have won over taste buds, tongues, hearts, minds, smiles and deep love from the locals." "Soon Buffalo will be known for her donuts."February 17, 2011Buffalo Rising
by: Casey Milbrand
"The other day I found out through Facebook of all places, that Paula's Donuts will be celebrating their 15 year anniversary on Friday, December 16th. If the title of this article is true, that would mean that I have been obsessed with Paula's HALF my life! ...SHUFFALO Presents 15Sweet Paula Facts..."December 14, 2011This is a local play we sponsored.
"Behrend mentioned that Paula's Donuts, a beloved North Buffalo fixture located on Kenmore Avenue for the past fifteen years, is sponsoring the RLTP production of Superior Donuts."November 11, 2011Serious Eats
by: Carey Jones
"We loved the cheese doughnut*, its silky, tangy cream cheese filling nestled in a fluffy glazed doughnut with the most delicate of doughnut crusts; the cinnamon roll had a sparing cinnamony swirl and that same barely crusty edge. The rasied doughnut dough is pillowy and soft; the glazes, not too sweet or sticky."September 30, 2010Buffalo News Gusto Section
by: Andrew Z. Galarneau
"Customers walking into the independent doughnut shop often do a double-take. "It's a good conversation piece," Huber said. "It gets people talking and puts them in a good mood. They're fun-and they're delicious."September 17, 2010Best of Buffalo 2010Buffalo Spree
by: Christopher Schobert; photo by Josh Flanigan
Paula's Donuts - Best Sugar Fix
3380 Kenmore Ave., 862-4246
I lived within five minutes of Paula's Donuts on Kenmore Avenue for about two years, and in that time, I drove by its red-lettered sign roughly nine to ten times per week. I never stopped. Then, somehow, a peanut cream-filled beauty came my way. And I was in love. In fact, I damn near OD'd on cream, and can't even recall where that tasting occurred. I should note that doughnuts are pretty much my favorite food; as a tyke, I demanded them as a birthday party dessert over - ewwwwww - cake. My family used to joke that I might someday be a Dickie's Donuts corporate executive. So, yeah. I know 'nuts. (Please don't quote me out of context.) And Paula's are the best I've ever had, period. Out-of-town family members from as close as Ithaca and as far as Nebraska agree - there's nothing like them. There is no best doughnut category this year, and Paula's has won the honor before, but I won't let this issue pass without Paula.July/August 2010Buffalo Eats
by: Don Burtless
"Walking in, as you can imagine, it smelled fantastic. The shop was pretty tiny but had a couple seats if you wanted to grab a coffee and donut on the spot. As soon as you ented you are able to take a look at their "donut wall" which includes pretty much every traditional donut you may want and also a nice assortment of muffins and cookies to satisfy everyones sweet tooth."March 1, 2010Buffalo Rising
by: Christa Glennie Seychew
"A single bite is testimony to the beauty of a perfect donut. Bagels, muffins, and breakfast sandwiches are also good sellers. Cookies, carrot cake and sundry other sweets are also found in the drool-invoking bakery case."July 23, 2007YNN New's Clip
by: Kaitlyn Lionti
"While you might not think of donuts as a traditional Super Bowl food, at Paula's Donuts in Buffalo, they make something special for the big game.
"We have what is called the Texas donut which I like to call the big donut. It's a round donut and it serves 5 to 7 people. We make it specially at this time of year for football season in a football shape," said Meegan Lococo, an employee at Paula's Donuts.
Lococo says the shop has been offering the specially-themed donuts for a few years now and they're growing in popularity,"We decorate them specially for team preference or however you like.""February 5,2012