Jim's Sticky Ring is distinguishable largely by its large ornamental donut visible for city blocks, being seemingly inspired by the real-life Randy's Donuts in Los Angeles, although both outlets are only similar by the concept of featuring a giant rooftop donut; a similar architectural design is found on the Tuff Nut Donuts building in San Fierro. The name 'Sticky Ring' refers to anus.
It is normally inaccessible, although its interior is featuring during cutscenes in missions for C.R.A.S.H., namely "Burning Desire" and "Gray Imports", being the starting place for both of these missions. The interior can in fact be accessed via the Hidden Interiors Universe. However, when CJ manages to access the shop, it says Rusty Brown's, implying that company owns the restaurant. Curiously, ketchup and mustard bottles can be found on the tables, which is unusual for a donut store indicating that it sells savoury food as well. Burger Shot cups and a Sprunk soda machine can also be found behind the counter. Sprunk and snack vending machines can also be found in the restaurant.
While doing the taxi driver side-mission in Los Santos, passengers may ask to be dropped off here.
- In the beta version of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, the player could eat here. This is evidenced by the files included in the game and the door to enter.
- From inside the premises, you could tell that this is really Rusty Brown's Ring Donuts based on the menu boards present inside which have Rusty Brown's Ring Donuts logo on it.
- The interior can only be seen in the above-mentioned missions or with the help of modifications.
- Tuff Nut Donuts - a similar doughnut restaurant in San Fierro.
- King Ring - a similar doughnut restaurant in Fort Carson, Bone County.