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Galway’s iconic Dough Bros draw big crowds in Dublin

Galway’s iconic Dough Bros are showing Dublin how great pizza is done this week with a pop up store on Camden Street.

Pizza and a pint is the order of the day as the Dough Bros have teamed up with Birra Moretti for this little slice of heaven.

In addition to their regular menu the duo have created the a new recipe, ‘The Baffo’ pizza.

This mouth water dish has Crushed San Marzano Tomato, Parmigiano Reggiano D.O.P, Fresh Basil, Buffalo Mozzarella D.O.P, Double Guanciale, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Pecorino Romano and Post Oven Pepper.

The store has already proven a huge hit with people who know good pizza when they smell it, drawing large crowds of hungry diners.

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Rightfully known as having some of the best pizza in Galway and through Ireland, the award winning Dough Bros is the creation of brothers Eugene and Ronan Greaney.

Since starting out with a food truck in 2013, the pizzeria has gone from strength to strength, getting their first taste of working at a full premises with a pop up shop on Abbeygate street a year later before moving to their current home on middle street.

Along the way they’ve picked up awards from the Irish Restaurant Association and the prestigious McKenna Food Guide.

Pizza Birra Moretti with the Dough Bros will be open on Camden street, Dublin until Tuesday May 28.

No bookings, strictly walk-in, open until 10:30pm each night.

If you’re a Galway local in the capital this week or a Dublin native who wants to taste the finest Italian pizza from the west coast then grab a slice while it’s there.

 

photo: The Dough Bros Wood Fired Pizza/Facebook

Briain Kelly
Email: news@galwaydaily.com
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