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Dexter at the Donut shop

Sadie's Donuts & Coffee is a location in the Showtime series DEXTER.

It is the prime establishment where Dexter Morgan purchases donuts every so often to bring into the Miami Metro Police Department, as part of his "mask" for the general public. Because of this, he's considered the "donut guy."


The inside of the shop is rarely seen but it is the practical setup of a bakery, featuring donuts and other pastries within a glass display case. The shop contains small tables where two people can sit to eat in. A full view of the shop appears in the episode "Go Your Own Way" when Miguel Prado and Dexter have a tense conversation.


  • Francisco - He is very friendly and helpful to his customers, even offering Dexter advice on what type of donuts to give for particular situations.

Season Three

Miguel Prado, after a falling-out with his wife (who caught him at Maria LaGuerta’s house, assumes that Dexter set him up. He stages a confrontation with Dexter the next morning at the donut shop and threatens to investigate Debra for her relationship with Anton Briggs.

Season Six

Dexter is in the donut shop with his young son, Harrison, musing about the trust of children. He lets Harrison take a donut bite (courtesy of Francisco). As Dexter orders two coffees, he asks Francisco what's good for an apology. Francisco asks, "Male or female?" Dexter says it's for his sister and Francisco recommends a cruller. Dexter takes the donuts to Debra's beach house and apologizes for his lengthy road trip.

Jamie Batista and Louis Greene sit at a table in the shop and the topic of Dexter comes up.

Season Seven

The shop comes under attack by Isaak Sirko in his vendetta to kill Dexter. However, Isaak fails, leaving Francisco's shop damaged with no casualties. Francisco blames local gangs for the destruction.

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  • The shop is actually a real donut shop, named Colonial Bakery & Donuts at 355 Pacific Avenue (although it is listed as being at the southwest corner of 4th and Pacific Avenue in Long Beach, California).[1]