A New York-based shop that features edible cookie dough may just be on its way to Boston.
Eater Boston is reporting that DŌ has bought up a number of domain names across the United States, including one for Boston, with an earlier article from Cambridge Day saying that when asked about the shop possibly expanding to the local area--including Cambridge's Harvard Square--owner Kristen Page Tomlan said that it is "not completely out of the question – just not right away....We certainly have plans to expand, but we want to get the first shop up and running first."
DŌ, which is located in Greenwich Village in Manhattan, offers cookie dough that is made using a pasteurized egg product and is heat-treated and safe to eat; menu options include ice cream, cookies, milkshakes, brownies, and more.
The website for DŌ can be found at https://www.cookiedonyc.com/
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