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The 20 Most Iconic Food Destinations Across America

Every city has that one place that tourists and locals alike go to for local flavor. Which one is the best?

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Voodoo Doughnut

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This shop is known for its quirky and creative doughnuts; when it first opened in 2003, it sold doughnuts glazed with NyQuil and coated with Pepto-Bismol, until the health department nixed the treats. Customers love Voodoo for its unflinching quirkiness: Its namesake menu item is a voodoo doll-shaped pastry that oozes jelly. Doughnut creations get kookier from there: “Captain my Captain” is coated with vanilla frosting and Cap’n Crunch, “Dirty Snowballs” are topped with marshmallow, coconut and a dollop of peanut butter, and the “Marshall Matters” is sprinkled with mini M&Ms in a doughy ode to rapper Eminem’s real name. In the Tex-Ass Challenge, eager customers can gobble down a giant doughnut six times bigger than usual within 80 seconds and win their $3.95 back.
Website: voodoodoughnut.com
Twitter: @VoodooDoughnut

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