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DINING OUT - Blimpie, Edy's,

DINING OUT - Blimpie, Edy's,

Donut King

3120 Wellner Drive N.E.

536-7774

These three shops located in one storefront just off North Broadway in Rochester offer an opportunity to eat your way through the day. Stop in early in the morning for freshly made donuts, come back at lunch for a sandwich and soup, and then top off the day with an ice cream cone. business p CORRECTION RAN FRIDAY (3/14/03)

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The price of a half-dozen donuts at Donut King in Rochester was incorrect on Page 1D Thursday. The printed price of $4.99 is for a dozen donuts.

----------------------------------------------------------- Donut King

3120 Wellner Drive N.E.

536-7774

These three shops located in one storefront just off North Broadway in Rochester offer an opportunity to eat your way through the day. Stop in early in the morning for freshly made donuts, come back at lunch for a sandwich and soup, and then top off the day with an ice cream cone.

This is the only Blimpie's outlet in the area, but the chain is well-known in larger metro areas. Edy's has branded itself as a purveyor of quality ice cream. As for the Donut King, owner Prashant Amin says 24 varieties of donuts are available each day.

Hours

Open at 6 a.m. daily. Closes at 8 p.m. in winter, 10 p.m. in summer.

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Value

Donuts are 59 cents each, $4.99 for a half-dozen to treat your co-workers. Blimpie subs are generally less than $3.50 for a six-inch sandwich, and about $5.50 for a 12-inch sandwich. Wraps are $3.69. A three-inch Quickbite tuna, ham or turkey sandwich is $1.99.

Atmosphere

New, clean and bright, with some tables and chairs.

Specials

A box lunch, which includes a six-inch sub, chips and a cookie, is $4.49.

Worth noting

Have a donut with your Blimpie sub for 40 cents extra.

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Blimpie party platters and party subs available.

Fax menus available; circle your selection and fax the order to have it ready when you arrive.

-- Tom Weber

Dining Out is a weekly feature spotlighting a regional restaurant. It is not intended as a critical review. If you have comments or suggestions, send e-mail to lifestyle@postbulletin.com or call 285-7710.

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