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Voodoo Doughnut, where the magic is in the hole and good things come in pink boxes.
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Definitely a Portland place to visit! Weird donuts, weird people, and the KEEP PORTLAND WEIRD sign across the street!
Popular donut store with unique flavors and designs. Vegan options available too! Fun place to check out...may have a long line.
Because no trip to Portland is complete without a stop at Voodoo. Get the maple bacon doughnut or try something really crazy. They take cash only and the line is worth it, seriously.
World famous donuts. My favorite is the mango tango. Be prepared to wait in line. THE CLOSER SHOP IS CURRENTLY CLOSED. Go to this one.
Everyone deserves a donut. Tres the owner was on a road trip in New Orleans when her had a strong desire for some more of those voodoo donuts. So he came to Portland and started making them.
Voodoo Doughnut is an independent doughnut shop based in Portland, Oregon, known for its eclectic decor, and pink boxes featuring the company logo and illustrations of voodoo priests.
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“with creative flavor combinations and a rotating monthly menu of fresh offerings, they encourage sampling all the flavors you want before selecting your choice. The split scoop option makes it easy when you can’t make up your mind because they are all so delicious!”