Bacon maple bars - devine!! This is a must do experience for anyone coming to Portland. It is a true quirky Portland must.
The doughnuts are really good and, for people with food allergies they have vegan doughnuts. They serve Stumptown coffee, a local roaster, and are open 24 hours. They also have ltos of touristry items and it is a unique experience to buy donuts and people watch.
Voodoo Doughnuts are not for everyone. This is not the place to bring your church group on holiday; however, those who are already riding Portland's raunchy rails will delight in the down-home, delicious, authentic and tasty old-fashioned doughnuts swirled into radical shapes and body parts. The maple bar with real bacon is a favorite. The names, the colored icing, the... More
Voodoo is quickly becoming a PDX institution, but the overall donut quality is just average. Not the best offering, with very greasy and sugary offerings, but a fun place to visit. Nice that they are drawing crowds to our City. :)
Ok, it's more about the experience than the donuts. The donuts are good - again, more about the experience of eating donuts topped with cereal or a donut shaped like a voodoo doll and filled with strawberry jelly. The lines can get stupid, really stupid sometimes. And like folks wearing shorts in San Francisco in August, you can always spot... More
What is that on the donut? Check out the ever entertaining and yummy delights with names like dirty snowball, mango tango and tangfastic. A must see - and eat - Portland classic.
If you like doughnuts. Nothing is better than Krespy Kreem. If you like Garbage go fit the Experidnce. Long line downtown, there is an other one in the NE side less people. If you really wanted one
For the ultimate Portland experience, you must do the stand in line thing just for a donut!! I generally avoid the crowds and donuts are not my favorite but my 22 yr old kiddo wanted me to go with her. She just KNEW I would enjoy it. She was right! You have the people watching and street activities to entertain... More
These donuts are one of a kind. Love the bacon maple bar. The other donuts are too sweet for me. If unusual people or situations make you uncomfortable (like my dad) this won't be the place for you.
How this business got such a reputation, I'll never know. The doughnuts taste like any you might try at a regular bakery. The staff is not really friendly and in a hurry. The reason for this is because of a requirement that they hit a certain cash goal every day. If the worker doesn't perform he/she is out the same... More
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