Campus Philly Love Notes: “The Best Part of Wakin’ Up”

Editor’s note: The interns of Campus Philly share their most loved Philly spots and experiences as students in the City of Brotherly Love.

Cindy Stansbury, Temple University
Favorite Spot: Federal Donuts
Address: 1219 S 2nd St Philadelphia, PA 19147
Neighborhood: Pennsport

I am: A full time student at Temple University, intern at Campus Philly, and a consumer of all things delicious.
Years in Philly: Going on two in August
Current Home: North Philadelphia and South Jersey


My Love Note: To put it frankly, Federal Donuts is what every stomach would dream about, if stomachs could dream. That sweet aroma, those fresh donuts, that sumptuous fried chicken; how could you not be enticed?

If that brief little description sounds incredible, just wait until I tell you how it tastes…LIKE HEAVEN…if heaven was to be deep fried. One bite of their Turkish mocha doughnut or of the honey-glazed fried chicken and your taste buds will be giving you a standing ovation. To say that this is the best breakfast/lunch joint in the city, would be a gross understatement to all that the beautiful Federal Donuts has to offer.

If you have not yet had the pleasure of visiting one of Federal Donuts’ two locations (South Philly and Center City), I recommend that you do so immediately. Do not pass go, do not collect $200, just go there! Hot, fresh, gooey donuts and spicy, tangy, crunchy fried chicken. Life doesn’t get much better than that.

On a dreary Sunday morning in Philadelphia, the promise of a delicious Federal Donut is the only thing that can lift my head from the pillow. This wondrous establishment truly is, “the best part of waking up.”

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