Bar Dough, we like you. We’re not afraid to say it. We’re not sure what the future holds, but right now, we are thinking about making you a mixtape. We’ve been on a lot of blind dates, and been disappointed by new restaurants that didn’t live up to the hype. But you are treating us right and we are smitten.

Falling in love with a new restaurant feels good. But how do you know you’ve found the real thing? Here’s how we know that flutter in our stomachs is more than just indigestion.

  • We’ve told our mom and our friends about the food. Bar Dough has something for everyone you know.

  • We want it more than once a day. We’ve done Happy Hour here, taken a nap, and then come back for dinner here on the same day.

  • We want to show it off. Bar Dough is nice enough to take a date, casual enough for a Wednesday night outing with friends, and refined enough for a business dinner.

  • We have an inside joke with the staff. Enjoying the service is important and we’ve been impressed with Bar Dough so far. We assume they feel the same about us.

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