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Voodoo Doughnut makes it in the top ten things to do in Portland.
Voodoo Doughnut earned a position on the blog of International Hotels Group as a place in Portland Oregon, to visit if you have a sweet tooth.
Nerdtravel.com lists Top 10 cities for vegetarians Portland Oregon made the list because of are vegan doughnuts.
Anna Michelson's Voodoo Doughnut photographs
Where the fork am I
Television | Radio | Magazines
Huffingtonpost Live World's Biggest Doughnut Box: Voodoo Doughnuts Is Hell-Bent On Making Us All Obese
The Travel Channel's Taste of America Show (August 2, 2005 Broadcast)
America's Best 24-Hour Hot Spots
Christian Science Monitor | May 3, 2005
Portland Tribune | January 23, 2004 | July 1, 2005
The Tonight Show
Playboy Magazine (article in Aug, 2004)
In Search Of… Food Network Show airs June 28th
Countless Articles in the Portland Mercury
A few, error filled mentions, in the Willamette Week
Cat Daddy & Tres on Austrailia's Weekly Sunrise
11-4-2011, Voodoo Doughnut makes a cameo on the new hit NBC TV show GRIMM.
Travel Channel - "No Reservations with Anthony Bourdain"
Ripley's Believe it or Not
Top 100 Artisanal Cheap Eats 2012
Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern
World's Weirdest Restaurants
The Cooking Channel's Unique Sweets
NW Palette Magazine
Travel Portland/Travel Oregon
The Washington Post
San Diego Magazine
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno
Modern Baking Magazine
Seattle Met Magazine
A special treat for the White House Press Corps (2012)
Wheel of Fortune
This American Hipster
The Bacon Show
Food & Wine
The Philadelphia Inquirer
The Huffington Post
Little Blue Pill (Movie)
The Wilderness of James (Movie)
In My Shoes (TV Movie)
50 Shades of Grey (Book)
The Path to Darkness, Volume 4 (Book)
Don't Stop Now (Book)
Man Vs. Food
Good Morning America
Good Day Oregon
Food & Wine Magazine
Radio Press Junket All Across America
Travelocity - Big Finds 2005
On December 24th 2008, Mayor Tom Potter, with approval vote from city council, decreed the Portland Crème as the official Doughnut of the city. It is a raised bismark with cream filling and a chocolate top with an added feature that distinguishes our doughnut from all others, which are two eyes.
They represent the vision of our great city.
TAKE THAT BOSTON!!