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Voodoo Doughnut

Voodoo Doughnut

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22 SW Third Ave, Portland, OR 97204
(503) 241-4704
https://www.voodoodoughnut.com/locations/voodoo-doughnut-portland/
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Super fatty sugary donuts, topped with heavy chocolate. After two bites you will be tired of them unless you are high.

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舊金山, 加利福尼亞州, 美國

It recommended by a lot of travel websites and blogs. Very tasty and reasonable price.

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WA

Unfortunately voodoo is moving to other places like LA, like other uniquely Portland places. Busy, long line, special but not particularly amazing donuts

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Lynnwood, Washington, USA

Decent selection of vegan doughnuts. Went early in the morning. Short line, easy service. Remember this is cash only when you go. Would go again.

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Los Angeles, California, USA

There are so many donuts to choose from at Voodoo Doughnuts it will give you a headache but it's a fun little spot. It's not the BEST donuts in Portland but they have some fun ones.

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Local from Portland, Oregon, USA

Very good doughnuts but very crowded. Voodoo doughnuts has so many unique doughnuts to choose from. Some of my favorites are maple bar with bacon cookies and cream and the m&m one!
The doughnuts also look great in pictures lol.
The side of the building is great for taking pictures

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Macungie, Pennsylvania, USA

Really cool spot. Crazy donuts that come in a lot of interesting flavors. Also, it’s open 24 hours so you can go anytime.

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Los Angeles, California, USA

When visiting Portland, I was told this place was a must visit.

Expect long lines. I tried 3 donuts of which 2 I don't even recall what I ordered. The only one that stood out was the signature voodoo doll because it was their iconic storefront donut image. It contained some type of raspberry filling covered with chocolate frosting. So what's my verdict? BEYOND OVER HYPED. So why is everyone raving about this place? I still don't understand. The dough was just like any regular donut and there was nothing unique about it.

The up side is that this place opens 24 hours! I'd 100% recommend Pips' Original Donuts or Blue Star!

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San Diego

I have been dying to try Voodoo for years, and i'm happy to say it didn't disappoint. Even though the main restaurant was closed for construction (we had to order from a temp trailer with a limited selection), the Dirty Old Bastard donut I ordered (peanut butter, Oreos, and chocolate frosting) was delicious. They are cash-only, but there are two ATMs literally across the street....and a convenient coffee shop, where you can get a latte and sit outside to wash down your sugar bomb. Also, maybe it was because the main shop was closed (and we visited Portland during a massive wildfire so people were staying home/indoors), but we hardly waited 15 minutes in line.

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Local from Portland, Oregon, USA

Great service and even better food. Always wanted to go here and happy we finally did.

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San Francisco

Super fatty sugary donuts, topped with heavy chocolate. After two bites you will be tired of them unless you are high.

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Fayetteville, Arkansas, USA

Great place! The lines can be very long but it is worth it. The store only takes cash so be prepared!

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Pacific Beach, California, USA

Voodoo Doughnut is an independent doughnut shop based in Portland, Oregon, known for its unusual doughnuts, eclectic decor, and iconic pink boxes featuring the company logo and illustrations of voodoo priests. The company maintains two shops and a cart in Portland,

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Local from Portland, Oregon

Creative shape donuts looks funny. Little bit too much sweet but perfect taste with americano. I like it:)

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Los Altos, California, USA

Voodoo donuts is a little bit overrated ... long line. There is another Voodoo on the east side with less line. The donuts are unique so try if you have time.

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Los Angeles, California, USA

I guess you come here just to try it once. We waited 20 minutes for 4 donuts because that all we can afford..it's a cash only place. The donuts are too sweet for my taste but i guess if you have a sweet tooth this is the place for you @missericayvette

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Pebble Beach, California, USA

Voodoo Doughnut masters the art of transforming fried dough into delicious concoctions like the Bacon Maple Bar and Old Dirty Bastard, and the innuendo throughout the shop is amusing. Sure, you can go in the morning, but Voodoo is open 24 hours. Try going at midnight for a different crowd, and be sure to snap a photo of the neon Voodoo Doll sign while it's dark.

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Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

This location doesn't even come CLOSE to the deliciousness that you can find in downtown Portland. In fact, I don't think this Eugene location is even worth your time or a stop, even if you are a fatty who loves doughnuts (like me). I mean, there's a certain star level that has to be awarded for the simple fact that these are sugary doughnuts, but they really are lacking in so many ways.

First off, this location is so dirty. No, really: like absolutely freaking filthy. Gross crumbs, sticky counters, sticky floors (how the heck does THAT happen?!?!) and the place just screams out "Health Department, come on in and shut us down!!!"

Second, the doughnuts we selected didn't even taste good. We had a bacon bar, an original glazed, a cream filled and chocolate topped, and a cruller. They weren't exactly stale but they didn't exactly taste super fresh, either. Of course I gobbled them down within 5 minutes and felt massive amounts of carb-laden guilt afterward. Anyone who isn't super skinny and is reading this review now, listen to me: IT'S NOT WORTH IT! Step away from the calorie bombs and go eat some damn fruit instead.

There will probably be a line but do not take that as a sign of quality, it's just because of the famous name. There are plenty of creative combinations that sound (and look) super tasty, but they will undoubtedly be a major letdown once you purchase them.

Parking is next to impossible and it's expensive too. Totally not worth the hassle for a mediocre donut.

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Beaverton, Oregon

Really cool art and decor, and I love the pink boxes! Wide selection and not bad. The best doughnuts? Maybe not, but you have to go once!

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Foster City, California, USA

It was a famous place for doughnuts and the line was at least 30-45 mins long. But I wasn't too crazy for their doughnut, too sweet for me!

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San Francisco, California, USA

As always Voodoo Doughnut comes with a long wait in line. But when it's your turn then you'll be happy you waited.

The donuts here are pretty big compared to other places. I don't think they are the best based on quality but definitely very creative when it comes to the look, names and taste. Overall just a bunch of too sweet unhealthy donuts. But I think it's still worth to try it out.

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