Voodoo Doughnut is here in Dallas! Portland’s famed Voodoo Doughnut is expanding to Dallas, set to open on Greenville Ave. with its signature creative pastries in 2023, according to a Dallas Morning News article. In it they say,
“Voodoo Doughnut, one of the godfathers of fancy fried pastries in Portland, is expanding into Dallas.
The shop is expected to open at 1806 Greenville Ave., on Dallas’ Lowest Greenville, in one of the city’s most vibrant dining neighborhoods. Voodoo is expected to start selling bacon maple bars, peanut butter and jelly doughnuts, glazed old-fashioneds and sprinkle cake doughnuts sometime in 2023. The opening date has not been set.”
Voodoo Doughnut’s creative flavors like Dirt and Old Dirty Bastard shine, while classic options and local favorites keep the doughnut scene thriving in Dallas, according to a Dallas Observer article which reports,
“While many flavors and styles are over the top, like the Dirt topped with cookies and an Old Dirty Bastard with cookies and a peanut butter drizzle, the simple old-fashioneds are popular as well. The Bacon Maple Bar might be their signature piece of art. A Maple Blazer Blunt is a cylindrical doughnut dusted with cinnamon and sugar with red sprinkles at the end.
Gourmet doughnuts, or doughnuts of any kind, is a movement we can get behind. Detour Doughnuts in Frisco, one of our local favorites, often has a line out the door (watch this video for the July menu). Dallas-based Hypnotic is a longtime star, as is Jarams on Preston Road in North Dallas and in Lakewood. The Salty Donut from Miami opened in the Bishop Arts District in 2020 and is regularly packed. Shipley’s is still amazing. We got a taste of Wow Donuts and Drips last year. But there’s always more room at the doughnut table, so come on down, Voodoo. “
The upcoming Voodoo Doughnut in Dallas, set to open at 1806 Greenville Ave., will bring an investment of $450,000 and provide employment for 75 individuals.