Voodoo Doughnut will open its second location in the SOBO district of Denver. The Portland, Oregon–based company that launched a cult phenomenon will continue to build its reputation for taking the classic doughnut and adding a twist.
The SOBO district, with its eclectic mix of local businesses, fits perfectly with Voodoo’s eccentric flavors and style. Residents will start seeing its iconic pink boxes in the coming year.
“We’re excited and happy to be part of the Denver community and are looking forward to continuing to provide employment, fantastic doughnuts, and smiles to a growing neighborhood,” says cofounder Kenneth “Cat Daddy” Pogson.
Voodoo Doughnut currently boasts seven and a half locations: three and a half in Oregon, one each in Denver and Austin, Universal Studios CityWalk Hollywood, California, and now at Universal Studios Resort in Orlando, Florida.
Voodoo Doughnut is the confectionary iconoclast and foodie-culture provocateur doughnut shop that conjured unforgettable classics like the Bacon Maple Bar, the Memphis Mafia, and the Portland Cream. Founded in 2003 by Cat Daddy and Tres, Voodoo Doughnut is home to an expanding cadre of all-types: weirdos, artists, musicians galore. These doughnuteers are instrumental in carrying out the company’s mission: making unforgettable and innovative treats while creating essential jobs and a fun place to work.