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Dō Unleashes Edible Cookie Dough to Greenwich Village

Treated eggs and flour means it’s no longer taboo

You’ve likely already spotted Kristen Tomlan’s popular edible cookie dough company on social media, but that’s nothing compared to the heaps of cookie dough you are about to scroll through now that Dō (pronounced dough) is unveiling a Village brick and mortar location today.

The new space at 550 LaGuardia Place is serving a variety of cookie dough flavors including cake batter, sugar cookie, peanut butter snickerdoodle, and oatmeal with M&M’s — available by the scoop, in a milkshake, or as part of an ice cream sundae. Other treats include ice cream sandwiches, brownies, and fudge. (There is also an off-the-menu, dog-friendly cookie dough treat.)

Unlike store-bought cookie dough, the dough at Dō is made with pasteurized eggs and heat-treated flour that guarantees it won’t make customers ill. If you are still unsure, Dō’s cookie dough can be taken home and used to bake cookies. Check out Dō’s digs below, and let us know what you think if you stop by.

Nick Solares

DŌ, Cookie Dough Confections

550 Laguardia Pl, New York, NY 10012 Visit Website
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