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08/13/2013
By: jerrie.jean.pearson
Latinos Market
We go here all the time for the goodies we want. The chorizo is the best!! I love the atmosphere and the service. Although I cannot speak the language, I have no problem communicating what I want. Of course it's much more fun with my boyfriend, who speaks fluent Spanish! Latino's is a "Must Go" place!!!!
03/15/2011
By: 007exposure
Latinos Market
Found this dive off the driven path across from Taco Bell on 165 , all the workers eat here for lunch . They have tables set up and you eat family style . They have limes, cilantro and hot sauce n the table. you can pick up but call to see when they are fresh.
04/09/2013
By: renea292
Bakery Boutique
Friendly staff! The strawberry liqueur is the bomb! The lemon squares are delicious! I just love the fudge merlot and the white chocolate chardonnay! Great place to get a wedding cake or birthday cake! Cupcakes are great too!
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07/03/2015
By: Julie M.
Retro Shop
Great shop, huge selection!!! Family run and owned, awesome place!!
10/17/2014
By: beverly.piontek
Brookshire's Food & Pharmacy
Always clean and easy check out! Lone the e-deals on my phone.
03/24/2014
By: billynaples
Triple S Grocery
The staff are always smiling and seem to enjoy working there.
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06/01/2015
By: Michael D.
Dollar General
Very Roomy--Super Clean--Wide Isles--Well Merchandised
02/22/2013
By: dukestingray
Family Dollar
The store is always clean. Patiece is a great cashier.
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12/30/2014
By: David M.
Bakery Boutique
Great place. Best strawberry cakes I've ever eaten.
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