Dolo is one of our favorite spots in Chinatown for dim sum. And it stands out from other spots in the neighborhood by having a full bar, and because it has a shorter menu. But don’t let that discourage you - you’ll find a lot of the usual suspects, including pork buns, shumai, and sesame balls. Everything is made to order (there are no carts being rolled around) and tastes delicious.
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