New & locally owned Mexican restaurant opens 1st Dayton-area location


An independent and locally owned Mexican restaurant called Dos Lunas Mexican Bar & Grill has opened its first Dayton-area location.

The new restaurant is located at 12 S. Tippecanoe Drive in Tipp City. It served its first customers last week in a retail center just off West Main Street (Ohio 571) just east of the I-75 interchange.

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Dos Lunas doesn’t have a web or Facebook presence yet, but its menu is extensive. It serves a variety of enchiladas, quesadillas, fajitas and burritos, and offers steak and seafood dishes ranging from T-bone and ribeye steaks to Camarones Al Mojo De Ajo, grilled shrimp cooked with minced garlic and ranchero sauce served with rice, sour cream, salad and three tortillas.

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The restaurant has a full liquor license and offers a variety of cocktails, wines by the glass, and bottled and draft beers.

For more information, call (937) 667-7209.



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