Do you remember the DanDee Donuts chain from central new york

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ynotryme
Double Cheeseburger
2010/07/17 23:25:18
 
Growing up in Rome N.Y., DanDee Donuts located at, 401 Black River Blvd, was a big part of my life. Not only the donuts but the bread. When I was a teenager. my friend's mother worked there and would give us free coffee and donuts (shhh! Don't tell the Ferlo's).
There were more scattered throught Central N.Y. They were usually 24 hrs. one by one, they closed. Thankfully, the Ferlo family opened another bakery so you can still get the bread.  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
sonjaab
Cheeseburger
Re:Do you remember the DanDee Donuts chain from central new york 2010/07/18 00:27:34
There was a Dandee Donuts Located in Fulton NY and Oswego NY  (near Syracuse).  They have been closed in the early 90s IIRC.
A place I worked in also had prewrapped frozen plain donuts from Dandee that came from a food wholesaler and were sold in vending machines.
This was the late 70s.
Scorereader
Sirloin
Re:Do you remember the DanDee Donuts chain from central new york 2010/07/19 11:27:18
I remember Dan-Dee Donuts in the smaller cities, like Utica, Fulton, Oswego, etc. I believe I went to the one in Oswego a couple times on visits up there in the late 80s - late night after Broadwell's and other infamous watering holes of Oswego. 
jabber811
Junior Burger
Re:Do you remember the DanDee Donuts chain from central new york 2010/07/19 11:43:34
The one in Oswego was located on East First Street, near the Bridge Street bridge.  I believe it's a cell phone store now.  There may have another one too, on the west side.
post edited by jabber811 - 2010/07/19 11:46:12
bara4290
Junior Burger
Re:Do you remember the DanDee Donuts chain from central new york 2011/08/27 16:23:23

 
Looks like they are giving it another go in florida! I remember going to the one in Yorkville and also on Genesee Street in Utica NY
 
SeamusD
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:Do you remember the DanDee Donuts chain from central new york 2011/08/28 18:41:34
I remember seeing them, but don't remember ever going to one. I grew up in Auburn, and Mister Donut was our go-to place until it closed.