Voodoo Doughnut Universal CityWalk Hollywood

Now ready for our close up, Hollywood!

Address:

100 Universal City Plaza
Bldg 5535/V114
Universal City, CA

(818) 622-6646

Open:

Hours of operation vary.
Please visit our

CityWalk Voodoo Doughnut site
for more information.

Latest happenings at Voodoo Doughnut Universal Citywalk Hollywood

The Voodoo Doughnut page over at the Universal CityWalk website has the most up-to-date shenanigans and goings on for this location.

Voodoo Doughnut Universal Studios

Please note that we are unable to accept Gift Certificates at this location.

Featured Artists at Voodoo Doughnut CityWalk Hollywood

Juanita

Juanita lives in Portland, Oregon and specializes in Black Velvet Painting. Each of our locations showcases one of her works as a Spirit Channeler; check it out on our other Locations pages, or visit Juanita’s website.

And if you’re getting married or renewing your vows, why not channel the good Mojo through our Spirit Channelers? We perform all Voodoo Doughnut wedding ceremonies under each painting.

Harry Dean Stanton | Velvet Painting by Juanita
Harry Dean Stanton

Mona Superhero

Mona Superhero is a multimedia artist who specializes in duct tape artwork. She is the In-House Muralist for Voodoo Doughnut, and you can see her works at all of our locations. We have two prints of her work for sale in our shop: “Beyond Elsewhere” and “Alice Down the Doughnut Hole“.  Learn more about Mona and her work on her website.

Erzulie | Duct Tape Artwork by Mona Superhero
Erzulie

Chuck Franklin Glass Studio

Chuck Franklin began creating art glass pieces in 1974. He attended Oregon State University and graduated with a degree in aerospace engineering. This was the late 1960s, and like a lot of other people, Chuck began to question what it was he wanted to do with the rest of his life. This is what led him to pursue glass.

In addition to numerous residential and commercial jobs, Chuck’s studio has created the portrait and doughnut windows for Voodoo Doughnut. You can see images of the founders of Voodoo Doughnut; Tres & Cat Daddy, an image in honor of past CEO Robin “Lobster” Ludwig, our world famous Bacon Maple bar, and Voodoo Doll doughnut.

Chuck retired in 2015, but his grandson, Arther, and Arther’s wife, Becky, have carried on his business and continue to create quality art glass pieces for homes and businesses. For more  information, visit Chuck Franklin Glass Studio online.

Voodoo Doughnut Hollywood | Stained Glass by Chuck Franklin Glass Studio
Stained Glass at Voodoo Doughnut Universal CityWalk Hollywood.