I first thought this was an Italian restaurant because of the name (I didn't see the "mexican" part on the sign), but then realized it's a take on the spelling of the word DOG (there's a lot of doggie decor inside). The menu is mostly mexican with a bit of Costa Rican thrown in. The prices were a tad high, but the food was good. The salsa is especially good, and so was the spicy honey dip that came with the shrimp starter.
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