The wait is finally over for Voodoo Doughnut — the Portland-born pastry destination known for its over-the-top doughnuts has finally set an opening date in Houston.
The chain announced its impending Houston debut at 3715 Washington Avenue, set for January 15, in a tweet on Friday. As Eater reported back in December, the chain has been staffing up over the past several weeks, hiring more than 70 employees to run the 24-hour doughnut chain.
For those who are unfamiliar with Voodoo Doughnut, look forward to rounds of dough slathered in frosting and topped with cereals like Froot Loops and Crunch Berries, stoner-themed treats like the “Grape Ape,” topped with “grape dust” and purple sprinkles, and the “Maple Blazer Blunt” a vegan doughnut that’s rolled and decorated to look like a weed-stuffed cigar. Cake doughnuts are also an option, along with ridiculously decorated treats like a chocolate doughnut that’s decorated with a pentagram, and the penis-shaped “Cock-N-Balls.”
When it debuts on January 15, Voodoo Doughnut will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Go forth, and scarf all the pastry.