The Doughroom is a very solid neighborhood bar/restaurant in a part of town (Palms) without much of anything in the way of solid restaurants. The casual spot has good pizza (the goat cheese-topped Van Damme is a must), an excellent craft beer stock, plenty of TVs to catch the game, and half-off wine bottles on Tuesdays. If you’re looking for a no-frills midweek dinner in the Culver area, Doughroom is as good as it gets.
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