New restaurant in Aberdeen looks to add jobs back to community

ABERDEEN, S.D. (Dakota News Now) – Even in the middle of a pandemic, a new restaurant in Aberdeen is looking to not only thrive, but add jobs back to the community.



a graffiti covered wall: On Labor Day as some continue to struggle to find work, a new restaurant in Aberdeen is looking to provide jobs for their community.


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On Labor Day as some continue to struggle to find work, a new restaurant in Aberdeen is looking to provide jobs for their community.

Following the announcement that Scotty’s Bar and Grill would be closing last month, residents of Aberdeen didn’t have to wait around long to find out who would be taking over the building. Los Primos Mexican Restaurant, co-owned by cousins Dago and Juan Rodriguez, opened their doors last week with the backing of Scotty’s owners.

“We got the opportunity from the owner of Scotty’s. He wanted to close down, and he looked for us, he found us and he told us he had an opportunity for us.” said Dago Rodriguez.

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