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Portland’s Beloved Voodoo Doughnut Will Open a Houston Outpost

The shop will sell Bacon Maple Bar doughnuts all night long

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Voodoo Doughnut, Portland’s offbeat fried dough specialists, will open up a shop in Houston this summer. The chain, known for its doughnuts in creative shapes and flavors like Bacon Maple Bar and Portland Cream sold in bright pink boxes, is expanding throughout the nation. Voodoo Doughnut opened up in Austin in 2015, and according to a press release, Voodoo is opening in Houston on Washington Avenue in late summer.

“We are ecstatic to continue our expansion in Texas, adding to our existing location in Austin,” Voodoo Doughnut co-founder Kenneth “Cat Daddy” Pogson said in the release. “We look forward to contributing to the Houston community and eager to find amazing people that thrive in a fun, high energy environment to join the team. Get ready to see our iconic pink boxes in the coming year!”

Houston’s home to a lively doughnut scene. But fans of Voodoo Doughnut will be able to get doughnuts 24/7 at the Houston shop, which will be open at all hours of the day and night. The Houston Voodoo Doughnut will also be home to the chain’s first drive-thru location.

Update: A rep from Voodoo Doughnut shared that the Houston outpost will be located at 3715 Washington Ave.

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