Dos has long history but the food just doesn't seem to be as good as it used to be. Tonight's fajita salad was simply stir fried peppers and onions with too salty shrimp on a bed of lettuce. No hint of fajita seasoning on any of it. As she was placing it on the table the waitress noticed that it was missing tomatoes, and after being reminded once, she brought me a dish of diced tomatoes. I remember Dos of old and it wasn't like this. That's probably why there's always room in their parking lot these days.
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