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Today Nicholas Hall pitted the dumplings at Doozo against the ones at Baoz, and although he had a hard time picking a favorite, he ended declaring Doozo the victor. Commenter csoakley agreed:

Doozo dumplings are the best. The secret ingredient; small crystals of crack cocaine. I haven't worked in the Park Shops for over a decade but I still make the trip a few times a month for the dumplings. The price keeps creeping up but the long line remains.

Nicholas, you neglected to include the ordering protocol. I can't stand it when a newb takes 8 seconds to place an order that should clearly only take 3.5.

Take note, newbs - it's a bad idea to stand between a downtown worker and their drugs dumplings.

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