Vote for the Ultimate Portland Doughnut in Bridgeliner’s Bracket

Voting for this round of the bracket is closed, stayed tuned for the Sweet Sixteen results.

Which of these 32 delightfully delicious PDX doughnuts should make it to our Sweet Sixteen Round? 

After a long, rainy Portland night, does anything beat a hot cup of coffee or tea and a pillowy, sugary doughnut? We don’t think so.

Whether you’re a fan of the classic cake, passionate about the passion fruit stuffed, or a freak for fritters (don’t worry, we don’t judge) — wintertime is a perfect time to savor your favorite delicious pastry. 

And now is the time to show some love to your favorite doughnut-slinging shops here in Stumptown by voting it up in our Ultimate Portland Doughnut Bracket, which highlights 32 individual doughnuts throughout the Portland area. 

This March Madness-style bracket was decided through votes from our readers. So use this opportunity to revisit some of your favorite Portland doughnut shops (and maybe try some new ones!). 

Which should make it to the Sweet Sixteen? Voting for this round ends on Thursday, Feb. 4, at 10 a.m. Cast your vote below by following this link — and share it with a friend, too!

How does a bracket work?

Here’s a quick primer on how our brackets work. 

Who lands on a bracket?

The original 32 slots are based on reader nominations and staff research. There’s a nomination period before each bracket to collect recommendations on who to include. There is no fee to participate, and you can’t buy a spot in the bracket.

Keep on votin’.

Who advances in each round is strictly based on the number of votes for that round. We’ve had some tight match-ups, so every vote counts! Yes, you can vote more than once in each round.

How can I sponsor a bracket?

Our sales team works with companies who want to sponsor brackets and related events. For more information, contact Benjamin.

Tell your friends!

Contenders are welcome to encourage their fans to vote for them. Past participants have posted flyers and created social media campaigns to rally their troops.