Do-Rite Donuts & Coffee

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Do-Rite Donuts & Coffee, by the Numbers

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This current donut mania. You approve. Highly, in fact. But even mania of a fried-dough variety doesn’t mean you blithely dismiss relevant data. So when we heard a couple of L2O-honed chefs opened Do-Rite Donuts & Coffee last Thursday in the Loop, we immediately hired a team of government statisticians to investigate. Their report follows. (Ignore the crumbs.)

2am: Time Do-Rite begins to make the donuts.
6:30am: Time you can arrive to start eating the donuts.
1pm: Approximate time they’ll run out of donuts.
100: Total square feet of shop.
600: Total donuts served per day.
6-to-1: The all-important donuts-per-square-foot ratio.
12: Flavors available every morning.
1: Number of those that are maple and candied bacon.
50%: Chance that a Peanut Butter & Jelly Bullseye tempts you more.
100%: Chance that you’ll just say “What the hell” and order both.
3 to 7: Hours you’ll spend on elliptical training afterward.
3%: The average annual raise for workers in Chicago.
$29.95: The cost of a dozen assorted Do-Rite donuts.
TBD: Annual raise for workers who regularly bring boxes of Boston cremes, lemon poppy seeds and buttermilk old fashioneds into the office.

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