The Big Iconic Route 1 Dinosaur is Now Holding A Big Iconic Boston Donut
If you have ever gone down Route 1 in Saugus, there's no doubt that you know of the mini-golf place that used to be on the right side of the highway. It has long closed, however, the iconic dinosaur has remained as a symbol of nostalgia for everyone who has driven that road.
According to a recent report from WHDH, the dinosaur now has a new look: it's holding a Kane donut!
Kane's donuts are some of the best donuts in the entire country and now, they have opened up a new location on Route 1 in Saugus.
According to Kane's website:
Kane's Donuts are made hours before you eat them with locally milled flour, farm-fresh eggs, organic honey from a local beekeeper, fresh fruit, real bacon, high-quality chocolate, fresh spices, and more.
Kane’s has two other locations at 90 Oliver St. in Boston and at 120 Lincoln Ave. in Saugus. Whatever location you are closest to, you must stop by for another visit or for your very first time.