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Restaurant Review: E Bar in Dallas

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Eddie Cervantes. (Photography by Kevin Marple)

Eddie Cervantes has seen and served a lot of Tex-Mex. For 22 years, he ruled over Primo’s, the popular and always-packed restaurant on McKinney Avenue. It was the favorite late-night hangout for Dallas chefs. Dean Fearing was a regular. Cervantes sold Primo’s in 2008 and worked a year at Hully & Mo before he took a couple of years to get back in the Tex-Mex business.


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  • Mike

    Regardless of the weather E Bar and Eddie are awesome. And fortunately the douche bags can’t ruin it like they did Primo’s since it is in a better location.