by Steven Doyle
One of our very favorite pizzerias is closing its door after tonight, and not due to any horrific market turn or extreme lease hikes. Dough will be moving their operations to Plano into a smaller footprint to match a similar set up as the new San Antonio location opening soon near the historic Alamo.
The new look at the Plano location, which will be located near Parker and the Tollway, will have an interesting contemporary design that should be attractive to their patrons, and the same delicious Neapolitan-style pizzas. And of course our favorite housemade burrata.
Here is a message sent to us this afternoon explaining the details:
As our lease in Dallas was coming to a close and we had to make a decision on renewing our lease, we decided that we would sell that location and move our Dallas store to our new Plano store. The Dallas location has been a big success for Dough but does not fit the new Dough smaller prototype with a patio. Also the new Dough will have a brand new enhanced look that we would have to retrofit in Dallas. The timing of this move will also allow us to bring most of our valued, experienced staff to Plano so we can hit the ground running. We are excited about our new Plano store and additional stores in the future.
Dough is planning to stay open in Dallas until tonight, Friday April 21st to allow the neighborhood to come by and enjoy their authentic Neapolitan pizza one last time before the move. Look for the new location in Plano soon.