Don't be surprised if you see a "sold out" sign on the door of this south Minneapolis neighborhood bakery. And don't be mad, either. Owner Anne Rucker wants to keep her operation small, a throwback to the days before 24-hour service. The result is a charming, clean little storefront that fills up with early birds and clears out by afternoon. The doughnuts (spelled that way for emphasis on the dough, a brioche style that makes Bogart's so distinctive) are made fresh every day. With just a half dozen flavors to choose from, you won't be overwhelmed with choices and you won't find a dud in the bunch. From the revelatory brown-butter glazed to the sugar-crusted, Nutella-filled brioche doughnuts, Rucker has struck bakery gold — no wonder they fly out of the case.