Primo's to open in Flower Mound River Walk

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Primo’s MX Kitchen & Lounge will serve enchiladas verdes y crema when it opens on Dec. 6. (Courtesy Primo’s MX Kitchen & Lounge)

Primo’s MX Kitchen & Lounge will serve enchiladas verdes y crema when it opens on Dec. 6. (Courtesy Primo’s MX Kitchen & Lounge)

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Primo’s MX Kitchen & Lounge will serve the Primo villa dip as an appetizer dish when it opens Dec. 6. (Courtesy Primo’s MX Kitchen & Lounge)
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Primo’s MX Kitchen & Lounge will open in Flower Mound River Walk on Dec. 6. (Courtesy Primo’s MX Kitchen & Lounge)
Primo’s MX Kitchen & Lounge is scheduled to open Dec. 6 in Flower Mound’s River Walk restaurant row located at 4120 River Walk Drive.

The location will be the fourth Primo’s location and the largest, according to a news release.

The restaurant will open with dinner service and will expand to lunch service at a later date. Brunch, which will also begin at a later date, will be served on Saturdays and Sundays from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

“Primo’s is such an iconic brand that has become a real Dallas fixture with our three existing locations in Uptown, downtown Dallas and in Preston Hollow on Hillcrest, so we’re excited to expand the concept,” said Robert Hall, CEO of Refined Hospitality Concepts, in a news release. “We’re so excited to be bringing Primo’s to the town’s long-awaited restaurant row. With the opening of Primo’s River Walk, we want to become the go-to destination for elevated Tex-Mex and craft cocktails in Flower Mound.”

The location is the second restaurant to open on the River Walk, preceded by Sfereco, which opened Nov. 8.


Primo’s will feature Tex-Mex entrees, including vegetarian verdes y crema enchiladas, fajitas and jalapeno-citrus mahi mahi, according to the release. It also includes guest favorites carne asada fries and Primo’s villa dip. https://primosmxkitchen.com/

By Samantha Douty
Samantha Douty joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2021 as the Lewisville/ Flower Mound/ Highland Village editor. She graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington in 2018 with a degree in journalism. But her passion for journalism started when she was 16 years old. Before joining Community Impact Newspaper, she reported on education for the Victoria Advocate, a rural South Texas daily newspaper.