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Photos: Voodoo Doughnut casts a spell on Denver

Denver was rolling in dough in 2013. Not only did Dunkin' Donuts make a major return to the metro area, opening three new stores (including one at Denver International Airport) with more to come, but the legendary Voodoo Doughnut ventured outside of Oregon, opening its first out-of-state store on East Colfax Avenue earlier this month. The line stretched down the block on opening day, and the place ran out of product. Once Voodoo caught up with the crowds, we sent photographer Danielle Lirette to capture the magically delicious items offered there. Keep reading for a delicious taste of what she found.

See also: Slide show, inside Voodoo Doughnut

See the full slide show here.
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