Voodoo Doughnut, the innovators of imaginative and decadent doughnut creations, is thrilled to announce the opening of its 21st store and first Chicago location. This exciting expansion marks a significant milestone for the iconic doughnut brand as it brings its unique blend of creativity and indulgence to Chicago's culinary scene. The official opening date and more details will be disclosed in the forthcoming months.
Nestled at the heart of Fulton Market, at 945 W Randolph Street, the new Voodoo Doughnut store promises a delightful haven for doughnut enthusiasts and food lovers alike. Known for its unconventional and mouthwatering doughnut varieties, Voodoo Doughnut is set to captivate Chicagoans with its signature treats, ranging from the recognizable Voodoo Doll doughnut to the world-famous Bacon Maple Bar.
"We're incredibly excited to become a part of Fulton Market's vibrant culinary landscape," says Chris Schultz, Voodoo Doughnut CEO. "Our fans have spoken, and we listened. Chicago's rich food culture and diverse community make it an ideal location for our unique doughnut experience. We look forward to sharing our passion for extraordinary doughnuts with the people of Chicago,” continued Schultz.
About Voodoo Doughnut:
In 2003, Voodoo Doughnut was established in Portland, Oregon, and quickly became the pioneer of the gourmet doughnut category. Their unique flavors such as the Bacon Maple Bar, Memphis Mafia, and The Cannolo gained widespread recognition. With over 50 flavor options, including 25 vegan alternatives, Voodoo Doughnut emphasizes the guest experience, employee incentives, and community engagement through charitable initiatives. Voodoo Doughnut currently operates in Oregon, Colorado, Texas, California, Washington, Arizona, Tennessee, and Florida. For more information about Voodoo Doughnut and to stay up to date on the Fulton Market location, please visit www.voodoughnut.com.