Recently food blogger extraordinaire Cincinnati Nomerati stopped by to get the scoop on all things Dojo and gelato. You can read her interview here.
Nice feature today from Cincinnati Business Courier’s Biz Blog on the Doj:
According to Christner, Dojo Gelato customers represent a wide variety of people together that includes a business and neighborhood crowd during the week at lunch; older individuals, tourists, and suburbanites on the weekends; and lots of families on Sundays. Young adults between the ages of 20 to 40 are also a big part of Dojo Gelato’s daily business.
“I wanted to do this since I was 20 years old, and I’m 34 now. This is not just some hobby, I live, eat, and breathe everything Dojo Gelato,” Christner emphasized. “I’ve realized that this is a marathon, not a sprint…”
You can read the entire piece here.
Thanks to Soapbox for the article about Dojo and Dojo Cart last week. You can read the piece here.
We understand that you have dreams. And we want to help you make those dreams come true. Meg’s dream was to find authentic gelati, freshly made, like she once experienced in Rome. We made that happen for her last Sunday and it warms our heart.
We love a good underdog story. That is why we are asking you to help us topple a Goliath in this year’s City Beat “Best of Cincinnati” Reader’s Poll for ice cream.
The odds are steep. Why? Because the category of “Best Ice Cream” has already been seeded by City Beat with the runners up from 2009. But don’t fret. You can still vote for Dojo Gelato! Under the “Eats” heading you will find the ice cream category. Under this category’s drop down window select the “Create Your Option” choice. In the text box provided you can write in Dojo Gelato for best ice cream. Just follow the link below.
Please take a moment to show your support for the little ice cream shop that could, Dojo Gelato. And don’t worry. Your grandparents don’t have to know that “Raspberry Chip” doesn’t really do it for you anymore since that time at Dojo when you enjoyed our unique, handmade Italian-style ice creams created in small batches from fresh ingredients.
(Out of the current nominees, 20% are national chains. What’s up with that?)