“We are super excited to open our second Houston location in Montrose, and have taken the opportunity to do a few things that make the shop really special,” Voodoo Doughnut CEO Chris Schultz said in a release. “From the one-of-a-kind doodle art mural to the New Orleans-inspired chandeliers and a special velvet painting created just for the neighborhood, you will see things not found in any other doughnut shop—it is a sight to see.”
The painting depicts Houston-native film director Wes Anderson with icons representing the neighborhood.
On March 31, the shop will open for 24/7 service at 1214 Westheimer Road, and a portion of first-day sales will be donated to The Montrose Center.
Voodoo is planning to open three more stores in 2021, which could include further expansion in the Houston market, according to a company spokesperson. www.voodoodoughnut.com