World Famous Daiquiris & Margaritas To Go opening soon in Clear Lake

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World Famous Daiquiris & Margaritas To Go plans to open in mid-June at 1235 Clear Lake City Blvd., Ste. A, Houston. The business will frozen daiquiris, margaritas and other drinks customers can take on the go. 281-954-6404. www.facebook.com/pg/worldfamousdaiquiris
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