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Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Argentine Asador Primo's Parrilla Fires Up Grill in Emeryville

Posted By on Tue, Mar 23, 2010 at 12:38 PM

click to enlarge Nice grill: Javier Sandes and his mobile barbecue. - PRIMO'S PARRILLA
  • Primo's Parrilla
  • Nice grill: Javier Sandes and his mobile barbecue.
Emeryville added another mobile food vendor to its growing fleet today with the rollout of Argentine grill Primo's Parrilla. Argentina-born Javier Sandes grills what his press release calls "free-range chicken and grass fed tri-tip" over almond wood and mesquite, on a transportable grill that ― duh ― stands apart from his panel truck. Sandes has been doing his slow-grilled Argentine asador thing for Oakland parties, apparently, serving it up with traditional chimichurri. He launched about an hour ago at 62nd Street and Doyle in the East Bay city ― follow Primo's Parrilla's tweets for location updates.

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