DTC has a commitment to sourcing local and organic ingredients, and virtually everything in the kitchen is made from scratch. The food is also really affordable.
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The most popular lunch offering? Dos Taco’s Tacos, which comprise two grilled flour tortillas stuffed with Chihuahua cheese, pico de gallo, avocado and choice of steak, chicken or grilled vegetables.
Other featured items include the Wheat Up Burrito, a whole-wheat tortilla with cheese, black beans, rice, pico and choice of steak, chicken or veggies and Los Tamales, consisting of two chicken tamales topped with chipotle, tomatillo and Mexican cream sauce.
A whimsical lunchtime novelty at DTC involves customers taking a stuffed animal instead of a number after placing an order. It’s nice to see an eatery that knows how to have fun while at the same time serving up serious food.