Voodoo Doughnuts

Guide to Mt Hood's Ski Resorts Voodoo Donuts is Open Late for your fried goods pleasure

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Open 24 hours


22 SW 3rd Ave
Portland, OR 97204


1501 NE Davis St
Portland, OR 97232



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When it comes to fried dough, the original home of artistic creations for many could be considered Voodoo Doughnuts.  The tales of what they put into their confectionery concoctions are legendary.  Are they still the best?  This can be argued, but travel is all about experiencing the culture and going to the original storefront is definitely something you must do once in your life.  Regardless of the taste, which is amazing, the presentation and naming of the donuts is how this place stands out.  Our personal favorite is the Old Dirty Bastard named after the Wu-Tang member.  Packed with chocolate frosting and peanut butter and housing a mountain of crushed Oreos, it will get you as hyped as the front man of the Clan.

Be warned: The wait for a donut can be disastrous… up to an hour on some days.  Be sure to head over early or show up late and be patient.