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In the time i spent in NYC i tried three different tastes of doughnuts here: dulce de leche, coffee and peanut butter. The coffee taste was insane, best doughnut in my life. Sasfully, all of them were so delicious that i wasnt able to take...More
I go here almost every Tuesday and it is unbelievable!! The donuts here are certified fresh on rotten tomatoes!! I’m joking that is for movies!! It is certified fresh on TripAdvisor!! I usually get the passion fruit and hibiscus donuts!! They are the stuff!! I...More
Very good donuts with unique flavours however, I was not impressed with their so called policy that they cannot give me tap water upon request. I do not use plastic when I am out and I asked if they could give me some tap water...More
I became a victim of lavish reviews of this business and gave Dough the o' college try. Artisan doughnut is very ordinary, but significantly nothing extraordinary. As per Phil H.'s review it is, indeed, dry, too dense and utterly overpriced. It was utterly too much...More
Tucked down a side street in the FlatIron District, Dough is where you'll find doughnut heaven. Aside form the usual doughnuts on offer, they also make these amazing flavoured ones like the Hibiscus among others. It's a small shop where you can see the bakers...More
Most expensive donut I’ve ever had. $8.90 for 2 donuts that were nothing more then plain donuts with sugar on them.. nothing fancy. I didn’t ask the price when I ordered but regretted the purchase after. The price is crazy and the donut was certainly...More
As a baker, I had this place on my list as a unique bakery that I had to visit. I had a couple of doughnuts and they were just average. Luckily it was close to our dinner reservations, so we didn't go too far out...More
I'd heard many, many great things about Dough. Didn't realzie they had an outpost in Manhattan cause I rarely get over to Brooklyn but one day working nearby I spotted them and had to finally try. Staff were freindly and helpful. I was here around...More
We pass this place almost every time we are in the city and never went inside, today we did and what a great place for sweet lover🍩 the donuts are amazingly delicious plus with all of those flavors is hard to resist.. definitely recommend this...More
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