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The first-ever $60 taco donut, and it’s here in San Diego

Donuts pack a lot of premium ingredients, which makes it one to share with a friend (or tackle alone, nobody will judge).

Puesto’s Taco Donut is made with filet mignon and Maine lobster. (Courtesy of Puesto and Carmelle Pina)

Puesto has unveiled its newest savory creation: the Taco Donut.

Crafted by executive creative chef Katy Smith, the innovative dish is made by folding filet mignon into a bed of melted cheese on the griddle to form the crispy, cheesy wrap into the shape of a donut. Then it’s topped with Maine lobster, avocado slices, chipotle and cilantro cremas, all served atop a bed of handmade, stone-ground, blue corn tortillas.

Because it’s made up of six tacos melded together with cheese and choice ingredients, the price of this “big boy” is $60. Share it with a friend or tackle it alone.

You can find it at the following locations: The Headquarters, 789 W. Harbor Drive, Suite 155, downtown and 1026 Wall St., La Jollaeatpuesto.com

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