DO! Cookie dough confections in Greenwich village.

Do you like to eat raw cookie dough? Did you eat it as a kid? Do you worry as an adult about salmonella? Isn’t cookie dough one of the best sweets in the world?

If you answered yes to one or more of those questions, you must go to “Doh.” It’s located in Greenwich village. They serve raw cookie dough that is safe to eat. You can get it in a cone, in a dish, as a milkshake or as an ice cream sandwich. It’s edible because it’s made with pasteurized eggs and heat-treated flours.

I tried calling before I went last week to see if I could interview the owner but they said she was super busy. I read on their site that she is from St. Louis, Missouri. Her name is Kristen and she lives here in NY. She was on a girls trip to Philly and they bought frozen cookie dough to share. She then realized there wasn’t a place here in NYC that served edible cookie dough. She was working in an unrelated field but made this her passion. It’s a great success story.

There are so many flavors  of cookie dough to choose from.

Cake batter

Sugar cookie



Chocolate cream


Nuts for Nuts

They also have gluten free and vegan options. They sell pre-packaged cookie dough that you can bake when you get home.

As you’re waiting there is a giant window where you can watch them mixing the dough.

The cones are from and the ice cream they serve is from

Both are located in Brooklyn!

I got through the line so quick I was overwhelmed with what to choose. I decided on the french vanilla cone with a scoop of brownie batter cookie dough and traditional chocolate chip cookie dough.

I was so excited I don’t even know how much she swiped my card for. hahahaha Just checked my bank statement. It cost $9.25.

I took a step outside for the moment of truth.

Holy Mother of God. In the name of all that is good in this world “Doh” is one of them. I literally couldn’t believe how good it was. I hailed a cab and kept myself from eating more. I was able to make it to my apartment without having to deal with melting ice cream. I got upstairs and immediately put it in Tupperware to share with my co-workers the next day. Looking back I probably could’ve gone back in and bought more but it was so busy. Ain’t got time for that. Please trust me when I say this is worth the trip. Kids would love it. They are closed Monday but open the rest of the week 10am-9pm. Already planning my night visit.

XOXO, Annie

Here’s their website for more info


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