Getting our voodoo on at the @VoodooDoughnut press event @CityWalkLA pic.twitter.com/7aXKhbxoRb— Theme Park Insider (@ThemePark) June 1, 2017
The popular Portland-based chain is known for its collection of wildly decorated and flavored doughnuts, many with, uh, somewhat suggestive names. (Though, to be fair, the most risqué of Voodoo's selections are not to be found at the CityWalk location.)
Behold the carousel of doughnuts! #VoodooDoughnut #citywalkla pic.twitter.com/h2nJ9tIPpj— Theme Park Insider (@ThemePark) June 1, 2017
Fans have been maintaining an almost constant line out the door for its doughnuts and coffee since the shop opened earlier this spring at Universal's CityWalk.
Signature pink Stumptown espresso machine, plus coffee and cold brew. #VoodooDoughnut #citywalkla pic.twitter.com/V1z58TIfKS— Theme Park Insider (@ThemePark) June 1, 2017
Voodoo Doughnut joins neighbor Lard Lad Donuts, which is located inside the park, in tempting local theme park fans with freshly fried treats. Disneyland late last year engaged the battle by opening its own gourmet doughnut stand on Main Street USA, which it has stocked with an ever-changing and growing assortment of treats, including (most recently) a Matterhorn Macroon doughnut.
What's your favorite theme park doughnut?
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Update: Couldn't resist dropping this little poll on Twitter.
Okay, so it's #NationalDonutDay Let's settle this:— Theme Park Insider (@ThemePark) June 2, 2017
I generally find most theme park for a bit underwhelming, particularly after a few days of not eating fresh, homes cooked meals.
I wouldn't want to meet the person that considers him or herself a do(ugh)nut snob.
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