Joe Crubaugh, owner of Fosdal’s Home Bakery, had never run out of doughnuts by 10:15 a.m. before.
Not until Friday, May 15, that is.
That was the bakery’s first day reopening after nearly two months of closed doors. The 80 year old doughnut shop had closed March 23, as a result of the state’s Safer At Home Order.
On Friday, the bakery reopened, allowing limited customers inside, and only carryout.
At times, the line of customers continued past the Stoughton Village Players building.
The bakery opened at 5:30 a.m., and less than five hours later was sold out of many items.
Crubaugh said the staff had prepared 60 dozen donuts.
“I can’t believe it is only 10:15,” he said.