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Stan's Rolling Stones-Inspired Doughnut: Sticky Fingers, Indeed

By Alisa Hauser | April 19, 2017 9:56am
 Stan's Rolling Stones doughnut.
Stan's Rolling Stones Doughnut
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WICKER PARK — Celebrating the first month of the four-month-long Rolling Stones "Exhibitionism" showcase at Navy Pier, a raspberry-filled doughnut inspired by the legendary rock band is now available at Stan's Donuts.

The doughnut, which costs $4.39, debuted Monday and will be offered until April 30 at all six of Stan's city locations, including 259 E. Erie St. in Streeterville, the outpost nearest to Navy Pier.

An air-brushed version of John Pasche's iconic "Hot Lips" logo, which first appeared on the band's 1971 LP, "Sticky Fingers," is emblazoned on top of the doughnut.

On Instagram, Stan's Donuts says the logo is "completely edible" and "may lead to Sticky Fingers btw."

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Stan's Donuts has locations at 1560 N. Damen Ave. in Wicker Park; 3300 N. Broadway Ave. and 2800 N. Clark in Lakeview; 26 E. Roosevelt Rd. in the South Loop; and 535 N. Michigan Ave. on the Magnificent Mile.

Early Wednesday, a few regulars hanging out near the fountain in Wicker Park agreed to try it.

"That's the tongue from Mick Jagger!" said Jose Zamora, adding that the doughnut was "very delicious."

 

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