Filled with everything from cheese and plantains to our personal favorite, the chicken salad (reina pepiada), Doggi’s arepas are fresh, cheap, and you’ll definitely want an extra for later. If you’re in the mood for something else, try one of the patacons, traditional Venezuelan sandwiches that sub in fried plantains for bread. Also, order a blackberry juice. It might sound weird, but you’ll definitely consider getting a second one to pair with your arepa-to-go.
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