Welcome community & friends to our new location downtown at the corner of Stewart & Boren. September 15th from 7am-4pm in honor of opening our 4th Mighty-O we will be giving away prizes to our first 4 dozen patrons. We will be serving donuts & coffee, new food & drink offerings & there will be fun throughout the day.
BIZ JOURNALS ARTICLE – New Denny location
WHATS UP POST – New Denny location
Join us March 4th from 9am-noon and visit our public parklet. Gutter races & paper boat making for the kids. Thank you to our generous sponsors:
The Department of Neighborhoods Matching Fund, NAR National Realtors Association in connection with Windermere NW, Limback Lumber, Miller Paint, Swansons Nursery, Maritime Brewery, & the generous contributions from our community.
Endurance is a wooden boat originally built in the 1940’s in Edmonds, Washington (Hull #15). Her designer and builder are unknown. Her design is similar to that of a Blanchard “Senior Knockabout”, a popular one-design racer in the Pacific Northwest.
Length over all – 26’9″
The hull is wedge seemed Western redcedar over bent oak frames. Cabin and trim are Honduras mahogany. Bulkheads & cabin sole are Okumie plywood. Bronze fasteners used throughout and glued with Weldwood.
Endurance has been fitted with a new Atlas keel, used commonly on Thunderbirds and Sierras.
For more on the Blanchard Knockabouts see the May/June 1990 issue of WoodenBoat.
Parklet delivery Monday February 13th. FOMP, Friends of the Mighty-O Parklet welcome all community to visit. What’s a Parklet? Small open spaces constructed in parking spots, for 24 hour public seating. ALL ARE WELCOME! Put a boat on it!
Seattle Weekly, “The top things to do this week,” November 2, 2016
Seattle Met’s, check out page 82 in the fall issue “…off the beaten path” in the bakeries section. Also included: fall foliage, enchanted islands, and haunted parks, BOO! Join us at Mighty-O where it’s always donut time.
Food Network, National Donut Champion Anniversary.
Capitol Hill Community Post, Mayor Murray announces $617,000 in matching funds for neighborhood projects …
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CHS Capitol Hill Seattle–Oct 22, 2015 Capitol Hill residents are in for an extra treat this Halloween – Mighty–O donuts is opening their third café over the holiday weekend. Seattle’s …
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Mighty-O Donuts Proves to be the Mightiest, Mighty-O wins Food Network Challenge.
Bon Appetit, October, 2008 issue “Local Flavor”
Pohjolan Luomu (Finnish Magazine), June 2008, “Good Morning USA!”
Seattle Times, June 12, 2008, “It’s easy to get caught up in Tangletown”
Stranger, April 24, 2008, “Wake up!”, favorite breakfast (#11)
Veg News, July/Aug. 2007, “Day on the Green” (Charley Korns)
Herbivore Magazine, Issue 13 April? 2007, “Mighty-O Donuts”
Jungle City, Dec. 14, 2006 (all in Japanese!)
Seattle Where Magazine, Nov. 2006 “Veg Out”
Whole Foods Local Vendors Booklet, Summer 2006
Veg News, May/June 2006 “Fresh Donuts”
The Stranger, May 11, 2006 Food Fight’s “Donut Duels” (web link)
Conscious Choice Magazine, May 2006 “Mighty Good” (web link)
North Seattle Herald Outlook, March 8, 2006 “For Mighty-O Donuts, the “O” is for Organic” (web link)
Northwest Prime Time, Feb. 2006 … blurb & photo p. 15
PCC Sound Consumer, Feb. 2006 “News Bites: Not all donuts are equal”
The Stranger’s Blog, January 16, 2006 “Have a donut” (http://slog.thestranger.com/
The Seattle Weekly, Nov. 9-15, 2005: Food & Drink: “Will Walk For Food” by Sarah Deweerdt