Voodoo Doughnut for Christmas

Order your doughnuts for the holidays NOW… Orders are placed directly through our shops, they need at least 24 hours notice and take Cash Only. Please note that we will be Closed ALL Day on Christmas so that Everyone can enjoy themselves this holiday season. Enjoy and Merry Christmas Boys & Girls!!!

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Voodoo Location’s CLOSED for Thanksgiving

Attention Voodoo Doughnut Customers!!! All 3 of our locations will close around midnight (or when we sell out) on Wednesday, November 27th, will be CLOSED ALL DAY on Thanksgiving and will Re-Open on Friday, November 29th @ 10am. Not only are we Thankful for each and everyone one of YOU, but we are very Thankful for our hardworking employees!! Please bear with us while we give them the day off. Voodoo will still be serving doughnuts 361 days out of the year. Thank You!
xoxo Voodoo Doughnut

Know Your City Bike Kiosk Coming Soon!!!

Know Your City’s bike kiosk will sell tickets to tours, publications and Portland gifts! The bike kiosk will be right next to our downtown Portland location. Now when you are stopping by to get doughnuts, you can also learn more about our beautiful city!!! Be a part of moving Know Your City’s bike kiosk to Old Town and donate today!!!!


After 4 years of programming, Know Your City/ formerly Dill Pickle Club (http://knowyourcity.org/) is ready for our next step – a street-level presence in the heart of downtown Portland. With no physical location, it’s sometimes hard for people to connect with our programs. While hosting mobile events around the city has kept our overhead low – we need a centrally-located street-level presence to reach more people – and allow locals as well as visitors to find out the latest in what’s going on.

Know Your City will create a custom trailer with the help of Brennan Conaway of the design/build company Micro-Structures (http://micro-structures.com/) and frame-maker Oscar Camanera of Simple Bicycle Co. (http://www.simplebicycleco.com/) to serve as our mobile kiosk in Ankeny Alley. Artist-designed and artist-made in Portland OR, the kiosk is an embodiment of all things local. From here, we’ll sell tickets to tours as well as books on Portland’s history and culture. The kiosk will also provide information about the city, particularly independent businesses in the Old Town area. Even better – as it’s built into a bike – we’ll also be able to bike the kiosk to community events all around the city!