DeKALB – A staple in downtown DeKalb for 39 years, Eduardo’s Mexican Restaurant will close its doors for good Dec. 20.
“After 39 years of serving our community we have decided to close our doors for the last time,” the post reads. “While we are sad to go, we are looking forward to the next opportunities this will bring to our family.”
The news comes Friday in an announcement by the owners on their Facebook page. The building was listed for sale by the owners a year ago in December 2018. The restaurant, 214 E. Lincoln Highway, which is two stories tall and more than 7,000 square feet, was listed for $875,000.
“Please be sure to join us over the next two weeks to sip on a margarita, enjoy some fajitas and share more memories that our family has been able to offer you, your friends and families,’ the post continued. “Many thanks to all of our amazing customers and staff, near and far, for allowing us to be a part of this wonderful community.”
This story will be updated as more information becomes available.
Source: The Daily Chronicle