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Restaurant of the Future: Do [dough] at the View

Do, pronounced dough, opened in 2011 in West Midtown, Atlanta. Since then I've been wanting to experience the restaurant for myself. So when a few of my girls decided to do dinner and drinks on a Thursday night, Do was the perfect spot for us to try. After dropping our car with valet we entered the restaurant and were immediately drawn into the atmosphere. A modern look with white furniture and walls made a perfect canvas for the large projection screens playing video that surround the walls of the restaurant. The combination of technology with a music theme involving food is a completely new concept and so intriguing to me -- I'm a geeky girl at heart.

Shortly after the hostess seated us we were greeted by our two waiters -- yes two! They offered instructions for ordering on the iPad and informed us about a music iPhone app for the restaurant that allows patrons to control and rate the songs. We ordered our drinks and food on the iPad with just a few clicks! I got a lemon drop martini, which was super delicious. We also ordered the following to share...

Cheesy bite sized bread drizzled with garlic butter and sprinkled with parmesan cheese, served with your choice of two dipping sauces (Marinara, Ranch & Alfredo) $6.50

Pizza sauce, pepperoni, italian sausage, mushrooms, onions, peppers, topped with our special blend of cheeses $9.50

Creamy garlic sauce, fresh chopped spinach, topped with our special blend of cheeses $8.50

The projection video changed from skyline views of San Francisco to burning hot flames...that got my attention! Do is the perfect place to go out with friends for a fun night or take a technology/video/music lover on a date for an interesting experience.

Do is currently on Scoutmob (50% off!), but please keep their hours in mind:
THURS 5:30 PM - 1 AM
FRI - SAT 5:30 PM - 2 AM

Do at the View
955 West Marietta Street
Atlanta, GA

It's nice to see that they're active on Twitter too! @DORestaurant


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