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A Classic Dallas Tex-Mex Spot Will Soon Be Reborn

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The once-shuttered Primo’s Tex Mex will return this summer

After 28 years in business in Dallas, Primo’s Tex Mex closed in 2013 — but it will be back this summer at its original Uptown location at 3309 McKinney Avenue. Paper City Dallas writes that the new name will be Primo’s MX Kitchen & Lounge and President and CEO of Centurion American Development Group Mehrdad Moayedi is behind the reinvention of this Tex-Mex spot.

This Dallas bus tour will showcase black-owned barbecue spots

D Magazine talks with the creators of The Soul of Dallas Food & Black History Bus Tour, who are gearing up for a tour of Dallas barbecue in July. The list of spots will be a surprise for tour-goers, but Smokey John’s Bar-B-Que and Val’s Cheesecake are definitely on the itinerary.

Lake Highland gets a new breakfast spot

Breakfast, brunch, and lunch spot First Watch will open officially this coming Monday at the Lake Highlands Town Center, the Advocate reports. The chain is moving into 9285 Lookout Point, and a soft opening over the weekend will donate proceeds to charity.

Highland Park’s Mi Cocina will close for a refresh

Escape Hatch Dallas has it that Mexican chain Mi Cocina’s location in Highland Park will close on Sunday for a summer of renovations. The upgrades could include the patio on the third floor.

A Plano destination for gigantic brunch portions is reportedly no more

Hash Hash a Go Go pulled the plug on its Plano location, according to Escape Hatch Dallas. The all-day breakfast chain no longer lists the outposts on as one of its locations.