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The Dough Bros

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How to explain the enormous success of the Dough Bros? In just a few years, brothers Eugene and Ronan have gone from food cart, to pop-ups, to one of the most rockin’ bricks-and-mortar food destinations on the west coast. Well, one bite of their pizzas will explain the success: the brothers have worked it out, and know how to make the most perfect Neapolitan pie you can eat. But their success lies also in the fact that they show reverence for the great Italian tradition of pizza, whilst at the same time not being reverential, which allows them to improvise and adapt in a fashion that Italian chefs would never presume to attempt. It’s only in Dough Bros that you will find the Hail Caesar, with lemon chicken and smoked pancetta, or the Peter Stringer, with Gubbeen chorizo and Peter’s hot honey. Wild creativity, and a wild room, always makes for a wild night.

Eugene and Ronan Greeney
Unit 1 Cathedral Buildings, Middle Street, Galway
+ 353 87 176 1662

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